My surgeon switched to online or phone post op appointments, and I am certain that will continue into next year. I happened to check WNEP local news site for the information on the governor's changes, and it was about changing the capacity to a percent rather than specific number of people (if I recall right). When I was at walmart last friday, I noticed quite a few store personnel going around with large carts that had blue storage type containers or crates. Here, it dawned on me that these were store workers shopping for customers and that each crate was an "order". I think that is a good idea because it can then eliminate a number of people from needing to come inside for x amount of time. By the number of crates multiplied by carts that I saw, it was quite a few less "inside shoppers". Same concept has been set up at the Giant store down the street from me. I had been discussing the obscene crass holiday of consumerism (Black Friday) with the acquaintance that I carpool with. It will be scaled back, because there are only a few, largely discount, stores we want to go to. I am mainly going to see if I can get discounted natural toiletries at TJMaxx and at a discount grocery store. She also wants to go to TJMaxx but also the thrift store. We used to get breakfast at Perkins before shopping in years past, but this time a hot chocolate and a breakfast sandwich from Dunkin up the road from me will suffice. The less "interacting" with any crowds, the better.