I wondered if anyone would be interested in sharing your personal experiences as to what sorts of activities/interactions you were/were not comfortable with. Feel free to opine as to the responsibility/irresponsibility of anyone else’s choices.
I’ll go first. These are all for the past month or so. Interactions were FAR more limited in March thru early May.
I rarely shop - but when I do, I wear a mask and comply with all stated rules, distancing myself from others. I wear a mask in all public indoor spaces, but not outdoors.
I golf. I wear my mask in the clubhouse, but not on the course. I was quite surprised one day that a number of guys I had not seen in years came up as tho to shake my hand. I declined. My BIL picks me up and drives me to golf in his car.
I have socialized and eaten meals with max 2 other couples in their homes or ours - maybe once every other week - if that frequently.
I’ve had my daughter and grandchildren over for lunch in my house weekly for the past month or so.
I play music with 2 other people at least a couple times a week. Most often outside, tho occasionally inside w/ windows/screen doors open. No masks outside, 1 person wears mask inside in our house.
Pushing my personal envelope, last weekend my dtr hosted a 5th birthday party for my granddtr. Maybe 20 relatives, in the back yard. Only a couple of people wore masks. I did not go inside.
About a month ago, we drove to Denver to see my son. Stayed in his house. Went hiking and such, but ate no meals out. Stopped on the drive only for gas and rest areas.
Cancelled my health club membership. Can’t imagine when I’ll feel comfortable going to a movie, restaurant, play, concert, etc.
FWIW, I live in a suburb of Chicago, where the incidence of COVID is VERY low, and nearly everyone I have associated with is similarly situated.
So how about you?