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Covid 19 reopening stories and observations.
« on: May 12, 2020, 05:40:59 PM »
So my better half and I gave blood yesterday and decided to try one of our old haunts in south OP since stuff was starting to reopen.  The restaurant/bar that we went to was fairly busy at 5:00.  The tables were spread apart as you would expect and all staff were wearing face-masks :thumbsup:.  They tried to take out bar stools to keep the bar flies from being close but that didn't work :nono:.  People just stood where the stools use to be and the bar did nothing to discourage this :shakesfist:.  This place was always busy before the shut down and I expected it to packed with a line but that wasn't the case.   It was semi-full but no waiting line at all :dunno:. I was kinda freaked out that people were touching my drinks and food plates but got over that :driving:.  I also had a small itch in my throat and was scared that I was going to cough.  The more I thought about it the more I came closer to coughing :runaway:.  Slamming my beer helped and I never coughed :excited:.  I was happy until I started thinking about someone touching my new full glass of brew :dubious:.  I will let you know if I get sick. 



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