Not a fan of introducing internal borders in the U.S., enabling (frivolous) lawsuits against (cash-strapped) businesses from every person who contracts *********-19, or giving the police more power. But otherwise I can get behind most of those.[...]
Same for the arts. I don't know what to tell my friends in the arts. Adding to the misery, governments are zeroing out funding for the arts.I think a lot of us in the nightlife/service industry in America are going through a funk right now where we are all analyzing our lives and questioning what the next step is going to be.
Don't blame yourself because no one could have predicted this. As to what to do, I think the reality is that you're not going to be able to earn your previous salary for 1-1.5 years. It wouldn't be a bad idea, just to keep your options open, to take a few free or low cost online courses in an area that interests you.
Airborne transmission would explain the 2/3 of people who caught the ***** in New York City while (allegedly) sheltering in place. Another friend of mine, who lives in a high-rise in Spain, also apparently caught it during Spain's very strict lockdown where he did not leave the house except to get groceries every other week (by foot, with a mask). He was tested at work every day prior to lockdown - negative every day for over a month - but then was retested when he went back to work and had antibodies.I think this is a good article, worth reading.The W.H.O. has resisted mounting evidence that viral particles floating indoors are infectious, some scientists say. The agency maintains the research is still inconclusive.tinyurl.com