I'm not locked down. I travel to a hospital every day and guard the front entrance so that no can get in there. The idea is that people have to go in the emergency room entrance where they get their temperature taken and are asked a series of questions concerning their condition, if they've been out of the country, been around anyone who came from out of the country or is around someone who is sick. This in order to enter the hospital. There's signs at the front entrance directing people to go to the emergency room entrance but some people don't read or pay attention so I have to direct them to the emergency room entrance. I have a letter that I have to keep with me that states I am a essential employee so I can travel back and forth to work.
This coming Sunday I'm tasked with taking CV-19 tests to where the tests are read. It's a two and a half hour drive. I'll take a hospital van.
I do have a degree of paranoia working at the hospital. I wash my hands many times a day. Stay a good distance from other people but you never know. I suppose I could just quit. I could get by without the job but I don't for some reason. Maybe I don't want to give in to some stupid virus.