Will a removal of all COVID legal restrictions be taken by some businesses as meaning we are obliged not to take precautions?
It is possible that all COVID legal restrictions will be removed soon.
Yet the threat level will still be above level 1.
I hope that some businesses will not take the line that no precautions are allowed.
For example, couriers making deliveries pre-pandemic would often ask for a signature.
Now, for example, DPD have two options. Either open your front door a bit and stand back and the parcel placed on the step in front of the open door and photographed. Or keep the door shut and before the delivery arrives put a note on the door authorising leaving the parcel on the doorstep or somewhere else, the note and the placed parcel being photographed.
I did the latter option recently adding on the note to please knock just before going, which the delivery man did.
But if all legal restrictions are lifted, will that system continue, or will people be expected to open the door and sign again, even though removal of legal restrictions does not oblige one to not take precautions if one wishes to do so?
DPD is just an example. In general too.
I have no intention of going out of lockdown until the threat level is down to level 1, and then only cautiously.
Do other people have the same attitude? I know that the media tries to make out that everybody is champing at the bit to get out and about, but is that true - I accept that some people may be.
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