There was some engagement initially as people acclimated to the pandemic: working from home, no school, avoiding people. By the second week, most had settled into a degree and were adjusting to being together at home, declaring space and responsibilities. Then the stores changed hours. Then masks were required. Gloves were advised. Now the feelings were of irritation and annoyance. Some anxiety began to surface. By the sixth week, there was apathy and lethargy. Initially, people entertained themselves at home by cleaning, watching Netflix, playing video games, and Zoom or Facetime with friends and family. Now, most things were boring.
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