Expressing yourself is a nice freedom to have.
Just do it safely, being aware of the new conditions.
Knowing the Circumstances that are changing the way we live, possibly, permanently. I’m saying possibly..
Maybe we won’t need a mask, but we will want to have one as a pre-cautionary tool to use in the event it is needed. Do you want to mitigate as many risks? Well, let’s take what we’ve learned, and now implement it in our life?
Hand Sanitizers are cool, and are fun to use when you know you’ve compromised the cleanliness of your hands. For instance, you opened a door with a door handle that is touched by public.
Touching a Gas Pump. Typically, you would use the FREE PAPER TOWEL offered at the Best Gas Stations, but, when you don’t have paper towel, well.. you use your hands.
Washing hands in Bathroom
Washing hands when touching money.
No need to over-exaggerate.
But, keep the air you live in, clean and enjoy walking in the parks.
Go ahead, have fun, but BE CAREFUL!
1) Took the car in for rotors, oil change, wiper blade change and an auxiliary battery, change, where I had to wear a mask when I dropped the car off, but also had my key sprayed and disinfected. I was happy to see this.
I wore a mask, but the guy who was taking my car didn’t have nor did the service technicians.
Okay, so then I then went home. to have an AC Repairman that I called earlier that morning, actually, I texted, and he texted later, saying between 1-2pm. So that was the time he arrived and was wearing a mask. Fixed the AC, paid him his $300 bill. I then went to pickup mail, stopped off with one of my passengers who purchased groceries.
She wore a mask when entering the grocery store.
So after all this I’m concluding that Social Distancing is default whether you wear a mask or not, but every day, I’m noticing that masks are becoming more a common thing than before, essentially…. people are adopting the mask and people are accepting nicely.
Social Networking is still happening, but just in a more re-engineered fashion that might be better for now, but ultimately, we will see if it causes issues where we are not building our immune system.
Think about it, just like we wear clothing, a mask is like clothing for the “AIR YOU BREATHE”.
Things to be mindful:
Maintain some awareness of proximity
Don’t forget the RULES of the Social Distancing Game
Remember not to forget that having too much close contact with people is not safe
Remember that talking means you are emitting vapors of air and vice versa.
Mask is a good idea to put on nose/mouth as well as covering eyes with some glasses that protects eyes.
Don’t touch surfaces and leave residues
Don’t touch eyes and face and wipe nose or mouth
Try to keep sanitizer close to you so you can spray hands when in doubt.
Use cloth to open door handles
Use cloth to open bathroom handles
Use cloth to handle sink knobs and other knobs