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Have you ventured back into the world since stay-

at-home orders were lifted, or are you still

sheltering at home?

Here’s how GON Readers responded… 55% I have begun a tiny bit here and there. Still very cautious about going anywhere. 18% I started venturing back into the world as soon as orders were lifted. 8% I haven't left my house. Too concerned about catching the virus and/or exposing someone else. 6% I am an essential worker and have been "in the world" since this crisis started. 5% Other 4% Our stay-at-home orders are still in effect, so I'm still hunkering down at home. 4% I never adhered to stay at home orders and am living life exactly as I always have. Other GON Reader Comments: I’ve only ventured out to pick up medicine, food, and to go to work when I have to. I do most things I've always done out in the world, but I still wear my mask everywhere I go. I think we aren't out of the woods yet and should still wear the mask and practice social distance until we are sure we are safe. I am immuno-suppressed, so I have been cautious. For the last three months, I have been working from home. Luckily my hoarding ways (buying in bulk) are paying off, so I've only had to go to the grocery store about three times for perishables. I have just started to go to a few of my doctor's offices, but I'm not in a rush to take risks. Retired. Beginning to venture out again. I was gladly staying home when my brother died suddenly April 10. This required me to leave home and stay an hour away with 85 year old Mom and deal with his affairs. I use a mask and hand sanitizer while out and about. I still see Mom half of each week, but treasure the time I spend with her or home alone with hubby. I live in Los Angeles, and our county is slowly lifting orders, however bending to pressure from businesses about to go under, and people wanted to go to the beaches, etc. Our Covid numbers are going up, and the County Health Director is afraid it will strain our Health Care System. In states/places where orders have been sparse, the numbers have increased drastically..this needs to be seriously considered They recommend, and I agree, to only go where you "need to." Don't just go "shopping" because it's open…malls, for example, how do you do contact tracing there? You can't. I’m careful about maintaining social distancing, for myself and for others, but I go out and do what I have to do and I’ve been working since stay-at-home orders were imposed…some of it from home, but I was back at the office the day they were lifted. In my mind, the more we stay home, the more our communities and businesses will suffer. That means there won’t be jobs. Of course, I’m hoping for a vaccine as soon as possible. We can’t stay home for a year, for those of us not retired, and expect to not end up in a poverty-situation. Always allowed to go out for essentials like food and prescriptions. That is all we do, except for an occasional take-out dinner. We are high risk and our Covid cases are climbing, as are our hospitalizations. I go out for essential needs, but staying in for the most part. Waiting to see how much the protesters in Louisville KY affect our COVID numbers. I had little choice about going out for supplies the whole time. My life has changed little. Back to Web Poll Results Index
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