People need people. We can’t go around avoiding each other for 2 years. This virus, like any other germ (flu, stomach, chicken pox, strep, common cold, etc) will become part of the yearly cycle we will learn to deal with. More people will build up immunity, etc. A vaccine does not guarantee anything, if it did the flu wouldn’t kill 20,000-65,000 annually. We need to take precautions, but even these extreme guidelines, like 6 feet apart, constant cleaning, etc, really won’t make a lot of difference. Who picks these arbitrary distances? My husband is licensed in microorganism containment and clean up, and even he says masks don’t stop transmission and 6 feet might as well be 1 foot or 10 feet (I’m paraphrasing here). I’m not cringing at people in movies hugging or gathering, I’m jealous and mad and sad because we’ve been reduced to fearful, mistrusting, germaphobes who give everyone the side-eye and are afraid of each other. I miss my family, friends, and my kids friends and sports in general. My thoughts are it’s time to start living normally again. But that’s just me.