Covid-19 Comes Home

Day 1 back, I was told to work from home. Overslept and still “got to work” by 8.

Day 2, 3 and 4 back it was/is/will be my turn to come to work. This situation really has impacted how we do business.

  • Staggering personnel at work
  • Many working remotely
  • Staggering lunch hours
  • Single person vehicles
  • No customers at the front counter, use the drop box, telephone or email
  • Go to Meetings, or whatever other version a person has, including our public Board meetings.
  • Maintain 6 feet separation if possible
  • Lots of meetings postponed
  • Clean, clean, clean, washing hands and sanitizer.

And now it gets personal!

The governor has decided to limit gatherings of more than 250 people. The Mariners are not a top draw, but normally exceed 250, especially on opening day. A family holiday. For game 2 they might be able to maintain 6-foot separation between fans.

On my own personal response, I now sing, quietly out loud, while washing my hands. I have increased my personal space bubble. And I really need to stock up on more lotion, my hands are completely dried up.

Favorite hand washing tip, “Wash your hands like you just got done slicing jalepenos and you need to take your contacts out.”

One Response to “Covid-19 Comes Home”

  1. margiegf Says:

    They sound like very smart precautions! I hope they will help.

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