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How to navigate the world in the time of Covid 19

The Washington Post interviewed some public health experts about how to go about day to day living during and after lockdown. Looks like I was on to something when it came to the beach. All of those interviewed said, yeah, go to the beach. Just maintain a safe distance and stay away from crowds. Surf’s up, the water’s fine.

Some things that might seem counterintuitive after all of the “WASH YOUR HANDS!” commands are, spend as little time as possible in public restrooms, take your own paper towels to dry your hands, use disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer AFTER you leave. I do this anyway so I’m happy to see I’m not being anal retentive paranoid. Avoid those hand dryers like the plague. In fact, I’m inclined to hold it if I hear one of those things going before I walk into a public restroom. Sooooo… maybe I am anal retentive paranoid…

TMI

Anyway, if you keep the advice in this article in mind when you venture into the world, and make it a habit, you don’t need to become a recluse until the vaccine or drug therapy is available.

Now, get out there!

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