When something happens new in people’s life, they always try to find some miracle personality, who are able to solve all their problems or issue just on click. In this time, they can meet many instructors or life improvement pundits they are always tried saying us how to maintain our hygiene and change our habits and improve daily activities, but no one ever managed to do it as swiftly as COVID-19.
When someone imagine the about our life in 2020, we can control everything with seconds and also, they can imagine flying cars, ubiquitous, automated, super artificial intelligent robot and technologies can reach on peak. But in the current situation of COVID-19 our all super technology failed to detect the reason how we can control it and secure the future of our child but here we are giving instructions on how to stay safe because super artificial Intelligent little bit week and compare to COVID-19 viruses, with special emphasis on the ‘how’ to effectively complete this bit of basic hygiene.“
I discovered myself avoiding touching the banister of the stairway or the railings at an escalator. I would rather not use that once natural support to go up and down and totter up mildly imbalanced but safer. I don’t touch a knob to open a door I nudge it with my shoulder. “
Things are so high strung if someone sneezes, they might as well leap off the ledge now. Seeing as how this is the change of season flu window anyhow and 200 strains of influenza around a sneeze is not the end of the world. But I am now conditioned to seeing it as a physical assault, a first-degree felony, thou shalt not sneeze…or sniffle or wheeze. If you do, please go into your corner.
Travel on public transport and you select the emptiest spot and then someone comes and sits next to you and sneezes and you could cry.
One day I visited the supermarket and I don’t use trolley, carry all the stuff in my hand and stagger to the cashier. The other day we had to use it and I steered it with one finger as if that would make a heck of a difference. Well, logic has nothing to do with it.
Now condition is that Even we are sitting in a chair in a public place like an airport or a restaurant, we sit all scrunched up like a broken biscuit, making sure not touching the arms of the chair. Took a cab the other day and talk about breathing exercises, not even inhaling, just taking quick breaths and sitting on the very edge of the seat.
Going to a public toilet has about the drama of an epic horror film. You mentally tiptoe in and if you have to touch anything it is with the ample use of tissue protection. My friends carry hand towels. Then you wash and again wash & make Lady Macbeth’s hand-wringing exercise come off as amateur night at the Apollo.
Scary is a clinic waiting room. At the best of times it is the dreariest place in the world with two posters and eight-year-old issues of magazines. Now, you can almost visualize little Covid-19 virus crawling all over the place left there by an earlier patient and if you have to wait for your doctor then between sanitizer and face masks and counting slowly to a thousand to divert attention from touching your face there is not much else you can do unless you have a fertile imagination like mine.
Liberally smelling of 60 per cent alcohol strength sanitizers. It is the new cologne.
Am I paranoid? Certainly not. Just being safe.