Physical contact during recovery meetings such as those of Alcoholics Anonymous has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Some are worried their group therapy will be put on hold. Photo: Shutterstock

12 steps amid the coronavirus pandemic: Alcoholics Anonymous and other group therapy meetings swap hug for a namaste or otherwise adapt

  • Recovery groups in the US, including Alcoholics Anonymous, are still trying to help those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic
  • Public gatherings have been cancelled, but isolation is not ideal for many in recovery
Topic |   Coronavirus outbreak

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Physical contact during recovery meetings such as those of Alcoholics Anonymous has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Some are worried their group therapy will be put on hold. Photo: Shutterstock
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