When the planet initially started falling apart a few weeks ago, things got startling pretty hastily, however it seems care about normal life was put on pause and this brand new type of way of living has slowly been developing day after day, but the initial order for everybody to stay at lake house and keep their social distance was actually a big change from the normal way of life.
- It really turned every normal routine on its head.
After the recommendation for isolation came down the pipes, mostly each person has been finely tuning their schedules to try to stay sane, and in my mind, I haven’t faced too much of this challenge, then my office has not allowed us to work remotely, despite the global environment. Rather than that, management tells us to work at distant desks and not to talk to each other face-to-face. If you ask me, this is highly unsafe. We’re still breathing the same indoor air, and possibly contaminating each other via the central heating and cooling system everyday. Eventually when the air handling system is carrying the virus, it will be effectively spread throughout the entire building through the air ducts. It will not make a difference if you’re sitting all alone once the virus is being carried through our indoor air handling system; Even if you’re completely isolated, you’re going to breathe in the contaminated air if there is an air vent somewhere near you and the AC turns on. That’s why I have been driving into work setting up my station outside, and rather than sharing the nasty indoor air with potential carriers, I would love to breathe in the naturally clean air outdoors. If anyone coughs near my work station, I never need to worry about the germs circulating through my indoor air for fifths.