DC Starts to Breathe!
Since the start of the global pandemic of COVID 19, all life in Washington has put on hold. The malls, playgrounds, pools, parks, and gardens were closed. Our day to day life has changed from the ground. Face masks and hand sanitizers have become a part of life. And eating out and drinking with friends has stopped. After almost four months, things are looking good, and life starts to continue.
In this phase two of the pandemic in DC, most of the things are open or reopen for the visitors. But social distance remains 6 feet from one another. Recreation centers, squash or racquetball clubs, climbing gyms, bowling alleys, skating rinks, and skateboard parks may open with a 50-person capacity or at 50 percent capacity.
You can carefully get back to your hobbies, but be sure to follow every instruction about the pandemic. Simple walks through the park can relax you. Breathing outdoor air now is more precious than ever, especially after four months of house quarantine. Our homes need to get ready for summer so we can make sure to be safe and sound in there. After, very unusual spring with the virus and regular pollen season, it’s time to clean. Your A/C system is something that you’ll need this summer, maybe more than ever before. Make sure it is clean and change filters.
Be careful, the pandemic isn’t over, but life needs to continue!