8 Common Things You’ll Never See in Public Ever Again After the Coronavirus

8 Common Things You’ll Never See in Public Ever Again After the Coronavirus

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From wearing masks and gloves daily to measuring our body temperature with a forehead thermometer as soon as we get to the office, there are many notable changes that reveal how life has altered since coronavirus struck. Therefore, we expect that other common things will change or disappear too.

“Digital infrastructure is already a part of our lives [and] this digitalization will be more prominent after the pandemic,” notes Defne Apul, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The University of Toledo.

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  1. Full service gas stations will never be a thing anymore. People have been spoiled to the point where they do not want to wait for the attendant to service your car. Not to mention the attitude you get at most stations, by the attendants. I’m from NJ originally and I know this first hand. It’s normally kids pumping the gas and they are not privy to good customer service. I recommend using a cloth to pump gas and then a ha d sanitizer afterwards. Once a consumer gets a dose of convenience, it’s very difficult to give that up. Actually, it’s near impossible.

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