We have people close to us and in our household with respitory diseases and autoimmune diseases, so no matter how “not alarmed” other people are – we have changed our ways of living. Not much – but enough for other people to notice it and think we´re bonkers. But honestly – if our biggest loss is being called bunkers and being wrong – we are satisfied. We´re actually hoping that this is the case.
- we´ve filled the pantry
- neither of us shake hands or hug other people
- we only buy what is in boxes or bags that can be wiped down with alcohol – so no fresh groceries for us except what we grow
- visitors are told to spray hands with alcohol and if we serve them anything, they put their glass in the dishwasher them selves, and we use the intensive program.
- only one of us shops. Me. And I have shopping clothes and wear gloves. I only touch what I buy.
- we are pretty much self-quaranteening – not totally due to jobs, but we want to be able to track down people we either infect or know who might infected us.
- We´ve cancelled meetings where we´ve had to be close to others and unable to stay out of 2 m. and I wipe off handles and sinks etc. when using other toilets than my own…
- – and most important – we are open about our worries.