Live in Kansas. We had to have a new furnace/ac installed. No choice. When it was installed numbers of infected people was rising, but it was not as bad. We were not real worried because we new the installers well and knew they would be careful. Just this week, the guys needed to come out to make an adjustment to the unit. I was talking to one of the guys.....he wears a mask all day at work, eats away from the other installers. Uses hand sanitizer all the time. BUT when he goes home....he takes off shoes in the garage and the shoes go in one area only. Then he removes all work clothes, puts in plastic bag. He leaves them in garage and continues on to take a shower. He then washes his own clothes....and wears a mask again all day at home except when he sleeps....now by himself. He has a room and bathroom he only uses....no one else is allowed in there. He sees his family at a far distance. Eats by himself. He said some of what he does is mandated by the business to keep everyone safe. Some of what he does is because of conversations with co workers trying to keep safe, keep families safe and also still being able to service the clients furnaces. Is it extreme? Well maybe for some, but he is doing what he can. I was extremely thankful for all they do. And then you get a craft business who owner does not care. Anyone can come in, exceeds numbers allowed, no masks, no self distancing. Tells people they are lying if they are sick for any reason. Bring in grand child to store every day....exposes granchild and does not care. Said it’s only a cold. Her husband said he is a rebel, this is a government conspiracy.....oh I could go on. How two businesses totally are at opposite ends of the virus belief. It’s those who won’t even try to help contain the virus that cry the loudest they have no business, well everyone is afraid to come in! They get no government help, well you need to fill out the paperwork first, oh yeah that’s right you said it takes too much time. What a nightmare. Please everyone, stay safe, wear masks and follow rules of your area and country.