I have been working from home for two weeks. When you’re home that long and have limited self-discipline like I do, it’s easy to lose yourself in a fog of lethargy and confusion. So I have started talking a short walk every day, wearing a mask, avoiding crowds and not speaking to anyone.
I think social distancing measures are finally starting to work. A few days ago, the streets were still packed. Today I went out for a long walk around town, and it was nearly deserted. The only people on the streets seemed to be joggers, dog walkers, and Uber Eats delivery people. Of course, Sundays always tend to be quieter because most of the shops are closed, but still: more people are staying inside.
Compare this to last weekend: