Lack Of Comfort In Close Spaces


In a virtual roundtable hosted by C-Level on May 14th, we used several polls to gain insight on how people are thinking about the post-pandemic world. The topic of the roundtable was “Rehearsing Post-Pandemic Futures.” I posted the results of the First Poll earlier. You can participate in that poll by visiting the post. The second poll that we launched during the session probed the question of human behavior post-pandemic.

Much of this depends upon multiple factors. How long it takes to develop a vaccine, how long the virus lasts, safety measures adopted, etc. The question was: How will COVID-19 change services provided in close spaces such as restaurants and air travel? The responses form the session are as follows:

Lack of Comfort

Please take the poll below and give us your thoughts. I will consolidate future responses with the responses provided and post at a later date.

For additional thoughts on the pandemic, see my previous posts.

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