In parts of Asia and Australia, people are going out – but social distancing and other restrictions have become the new normal.
But they are returning to a world reimagined for the age of coronavirus, where social distancing, hygiene standards and government-imposed restrictions are infused into nearly every activity – a way of life that is likely to persist until a vaccine o ra treatment is found.
In Hong Kong, tables at restaurants must be spaced at least five feet apart and customers are given bags to store their face masks during dining.
“I really wish the virus would just go away so I can dance again,” said Woo Tae-hyuck, , an employee at a telecom company who attended salsa and bachata lessons this week.
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