How has the isolation factor of the Americas affected your life?
- Jagger OttoLv 72 months ago
We will have to get used to it. We should order food online and have the store delivered our food.
- BeverlyLv 62 months ago
Well I'm still working full time, my job is considered essential/necessary. I see people going out in public like parks and such in large groups together, congregating and they just don't get it, if they do then they will be sorry.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
I normally work 8 months out of the year, but because my company shut down due to the virus, I am out of work an extra month.
I don't drive, so I rely on public transit! The buses' are not running as frequently, which means I have to altar my timing to get around, as well, buses aren't running as late as they normally would either.
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 72 months ago
None at all. I don't really like people so I have been voluntarily self-isolating for a lot longer than this virus scare.
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- MardukLv 72 months ago
I love it, being a hermit appeals to me. I don't usually socialize, only on holidays mostly.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Dr Fauci told Trump in a classified briefing that he discovered The Coronavirus protein were man-made and it's leaked Chinese biological warfare
- out2lunch4now2Lv 72 months ago
More people too scared to leave home means fewer people on our highways so I can drive my truck with a lot less traffic and a lot fewer morons around me.
- .Lv 72 months ago
Walmart is always packed. Since a few days ago, the following items are completely gone:
Most of the frozen food is also gone.
- audreyLv 72 months ago
Very little. I'm not very social anyway.
- Little Big ManLv 72 months ago
Funny you should ask that not one bit, I live in England Slick-B.