Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, throughout 2020 we've had to adapt and change the way we do a lot of things - turning to homeschooling, Zoom meetings and virtual parties to get through the week.
But now that much of the world is hesitantly allowing gatherings again post-lockdown, we've once again had to adjust the way we have contact and socialise with others.
One European high school has clearly taken things to a whole new level, not letting a little thing like a pandemic get in the way of the school dance.
A video has surfaced online of students in the Czech Republic slow-dancing back-to-back, with linked arms while wearing masks.
The man filming the video can be seen shaking his head at the camera, before returning to film the students.
"Society has entered self-destruction mode," the original tweeter captioned the video, but others online praised the creative way of staying safe while still having contact.
It's not the first creative attempt at a prom to hit headlines. Earlier this year in the thick of the pandemic, one US high school hosted a "virtual prom" which allowed more than 500 seniors to participate in the rite of passage - albeit remotely.