I'll backdate this. Thursday was a long day, and my first working more-or-less around people since all this stuff started.
We had a tower crew and a tenant's technician at the North Campus for most of yesterday, making some minor but much-needed changes in their setup.
They were about as good at pandemic prevention measures as you might expect -- averaging a little short of my employer's mandatory requirements, but a good-faith effort from all but one.
There's always one. No Mask: "I forgot." In and out of the building without checking in, using the washroom without notice before or after (we're supposed to wipe everything down with a sanitizer after use, either a commercial product or denatured alcohol) but at least keeping his distance. Yeah, look, I get it; I grew up in the pre-pandemic world too. I'd go back in a flash if I could, but wishing will not make it so. Adjust to how things are now and get through it, so we can eventually get back to normal.
Aside from such wide considerations, it's my employer's bat, ball and ballpark. They get to make the rules. You don't like those rules? There's the door.
BUILDING A 1:1 BALUN
5 months ago