Going Back To Normal
Won't Look The Same

We are on the precipice of a new normal.

Despite the menacing presence of the novel coronavirus, society is slowly returning to restaurants, department stores, movie theaters, and the office in a bit to inch toward getting back to work, play, and a sense of normalcy that’s been missing since the virus swept the globe.

Go Back To Play


Going Back to School

In many locations, there won't be a physical return to school until 2021 or later. But when school closures do end and students head off to class with books and backpacks in tow, things will look markedly different than you may be used to.

Reopening schools will require a variety of safety measures, such as smaller classrooms, hands-off teaching materials, and perhaps even a lack of textbooks given their high potential for transmitting the novel coronavirus. Student desks may be spaced six feet apart, and everyone (or at least staff for some occasions) would be asked to wear a face mask. There may even be the ask that students spend less time mixing together and socializing, something students absolutely love to do.


Enjoy Live Music

The live music landscape will be a much different place after society begins its slow return to normal. Large gatherings are prime for the spread of coronavirus, but they are the crux of concerts. With thousands of attendees potentially eating infected food, inadvertently touching each other, dancing, screaming, and singing their hearts out, it will be difficult to go back to this pastime without taking the proper precautions.

To that end, we may see more intimate concerts at smaller venues, including spaced-out attendees spread out throughout the building or arena as well as temperature checks and mandatory masks for concertgoers. It’s going to look a lot different than rushing the stage and trying to spend time with our favorite artists, but then it has to be in order to keep everyone safe.


Returning To Work

Just like returning to school will be a much different-looking endeavor, returning to work will end up being a somewhat alien affair in comparison to what we knew before. It's likely going to take separating employees, spacing out desks, testing workers with temperature checks, and handing out masks, hand sanitizer, and cleaning materials to ensure each area is disinfected properly – especially if this happens to be an employer that promotes the practice of sharing desks.

Many employers have simply opted to switch to a work-from-home model, where workers stay in their homes to completely remove the social distancing factor from the equation. However, this isn't feasible for many businesses, as their operations require workers on-site. That's where the need for reliable masks and social distancing will come in as well as the potential installation of shields between cashiers and customers. It will look a bit different than what we're used to, but it's a necessary move to get back to normal.


Going to the Airport

Airplanes are tiny, cramped areas with high potential for passengers to either spread the coronavirus or become infected by it. Still, travel by air is necessary in many cases, as we are a globalized society. Just don't be surprised if, when you head to the airport next, things are much different than they used to be.

Standing in line is basically a large gathering of people, and that's what we do when waiting to go through security checkpoints. We could expect much longer wait times while waiting to be cleared for air travel, though there might be more to the process than simply walking through a body scanner and having your luggage checked out.
This is an important opportunity to make sure passengers are tested if at all possible, avoiding any potential contaminants. You may no longer be able to bring your personal carry-on luggage on board nor experience in-flight meals. However, personal sacrifices must be made for the greater good and this might very well be the reality we're staring down.

Safety Tips!

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Wash Hands As Often As Possible

Wearing a mask and social distancing are absolutely integral to reducing the spread of the novel coronavirus, but so is washing your hands.
Gloves may be worn in certain settings, such as cleaning and disinfecting your home, but it isn't necessary to wear them when out and about while at the grocery store or running errands.

Maintain Social Distancing

Social distancing will remain an important pillar of protection as businesses around the globe begin a gradual return to standard operating procedures.
Limiting face-to-face contact with other individuals is one of the most effective ways to limit or reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. It involves saying at least 6 feet away from others, refraining from group gatherings, and staying away from crowded places, according to official CDC regulations.

Wear Gloves When Outside

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Wear A Mask That Protects

Many of us have spent time wearing masks during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Current CDC recommendations dictate that we wear face coverings when we leave our homes to go out in public.
Masks are worn to protect ourselves as much as others from the novel coronavirus, but there is a need to ensure wearers are utilizing masks that are actually protecting them and not just flashy pieces of fabric over their mouths.

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