There are two basic principles of space management for social distancing:
One can model these two types of space, as follows.
Queue/waiting space can be created using a series of Delay Points (40×40 cm. in the example below) of Capacity 1. Each is set apart at the desired distance, representing floor markings in the distancing area. You may use hexagons (as in the example), or another method to help position distancing marks. Then all the Delay Points should be linked in a string, as shown in the example.
For free circulation space, one can use a Delay Point as an intermediate object. The Delay Point should have a Delay Profile of zero and Capacity calculated to match the density that allows the desired distancing. The Capacity will limit the inflow of people, while with zero delay the Delay Point will send people to the next target, without delay, whenever it becomes available. Please see the diagram below of how the model would change from Normal operation to Distancing operation.