That’s kind of why I rarely go outside but of course that can be compromised by the need to actually get food and stuff or just the fact that I live with other people who do have jobs and social lives.That's one of the scary things about it. Considering how COVID can be spread airborne and on surfaces and can survive within hours to days, all the more reason to be careful when touching things or walking around in public spaces. You never truly know if you're infected and/or a carrier until you find out from testing and/or actually getting sick from it.
I guess if there’s anything I can learn is just being more careful. Was hoping there was a common ground but I am definitely the stand out with my crap immune system.None of known immune issues at all. I am also not often sick. Sometimes the cold. But also Covid did not affected me so hard. Can't tell about maybe "long covid" but right now I am feeling good.
Yeah in the shops it is really weird. People are touching / sniffing on stuff all the time. Thousends of people in a big store... and if this stuff stays for hours and can infect... well you can't do anything.