Let's be honest here. Will you continue to social distance when all is said and done? The end could just be insight if we continue to practice safe social distancing protocols and getting vaccines.

Most of us grew up in a society of handshaking, hugging, and close contact work. Those days quickly turned into six feet apart and elbow bumps. So, when all is said and done. Are you gonna continue your masks, six feet, and the elbow bumps?

Personally, yes! I am not going to stop wearing a mask or social distancing! You couldn't pay me to stop what we've been doing. I like seeing people's faces, but we've really stepped up cleaning everywhere, where we lacked before. Let me be honest here, I am still going to live my best life, but I'm going to do it from afar and give you a tap on the elbow with my own.

A study out there with 2,800 people, showed that 71% of surveyors will continue to social distancing for another six months after the pandemic ended.

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Another 17% said they'd avoid vacationing with crowds, and others said they'd just give it a few months.

While most of these participants only looked at the short run of this virus, I'm looking at it in the long run. While it may be weird to continue practicing these things after the pandemic, personal health and hygiene already protect from harmful bacteria and viruses. Why wouldn't you continue to work on your personal health and safety?

We can all do and say whatever we want at the end of the day. But what are you going to do? Chat with us in the mobile app and tell us what you think you'll do.

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