We've all had to adapt to a new way of living in 2020 thanks to the rampaging COVID-19 pandemic, from re-learning to wash our hands and doing it more often to learning tech solutions to work from home to wearing masks in public places where we can't keep a safe distance from others. And those are just the easy things we've had to do.
Businesses have been forced to make changes as well to find ways to encourage customers to do all they can to keep the virus from spreading while still being able to operate. In some cases, that's meant installing things like large plexiglass shields at the point of sale, or putting debit machines on extended poles to maintain distance.
It's all undoubtedly weird, but for the most part, it makes sense. The idea is to create distance and barriers to keep the disease from spreading. But the application hasn't been exactly uniform and it's causing some confusion.