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About the same, things keep changing all the time, sometimes in a day.
According to the article, we are supposed to be less frantic about surfaces like mail and packages as it’s unlikely if not impossible, to get the virus from a hard surface.
I've heard two different versions, I don't worry, I'm the only one here so while cleaning surfaces is important, it's not something I get carried away. Mail, I get it a day after it's delivered, it's a two block walk to the mailboxes and he coms kind of late. So by the time I get it, I'm sure it's safe.
That is a long walk. The article says that even if it lives on surfaces, it’s not in a form that can be transferred to where it can cause an active case of the virus,
It is, with my walker, it's a 15 to 20 round trip walk.
I don't worry that much about surface, it's the going out and people not wearing masks. Luckily, most here do.
We have to wear masks.
We are too, but there's always a dork that won't.
I never see one. Even little children have masks. I saw the cutest little boy in a bright orange Halloween mask. I can just see the dad telling him, if you behave very well, you can wear your orange mask early.