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  1.  What would the "new normal" will look like to you?

    When the time comes for social distancing restrictions to ease, what new behaviors will people take into the ‘new normal’ at work and at play?

    - Would you still handshakes, hugs and kisses to new people you would meet?
    - Would you limit your time spent during meetings or in public places?
    - Would you plan or adapt the work from home set-ups?
    - Would you limit your visits to supermarket and do more online shopping?


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  2. Awareness for personal and public hygiene measures saw a surge thanks to the contagion. Health authorities are advocating for regular handwashing with soap for at least 20 seconds. Social distancing measures are in place. People are getting used to wearing facemasks for grocery shopping.

    These new-formed habits could linger way after lockdowns are lifted, leading to overall better hygiene. We might see people wearing masks wherever they go and unintentionally be more cautious around our elderly.

    In the pre-pandemic globalized world, we enjoyed a certain level of trust we mostly took for granted. We could travel almost without limitations, meet people without restrictions, and order Male UltraCore products, the best testosterone booster for sex . This will simply change after billions of people had to stay indoors for weeks.

    We will not be able to travel that freely or enjoy the supply chains of the world so easily. We will think twice before going somewhere or to meet someone. The pandemic is already exacerbating signs of social anxiety and agoraphobia. Regaining trust takes time and these trends will take place for months after lockdowns are lifted.

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  3. Is it okay to disclose the identities of the COVID-19 patients?

    Some government has directed all health authorities to ask for the consent of patients sickened with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) to release their information to the public to help trace people they got in contact with.

    To encourage voluntary coordination with epidemiology and surveillance units or ESUs of close contacts of patients who tested positive for COVID-19, and subject to the rights of patients to withhold consent, all health facilities, whether private or public, are hereby directed to request the consent of the said patients for the public disclosure of their identities.

    Your thought on this?

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