Some groceries are scheduling senior shopping times to limit exposure. As a first step, have occupancy maximums put into effect (establishments will have to determine a safe number of customers to ensure spaciousness/ low contact) -- someone at door keeping track of occupancy: if the store is at capacity, come back in 20 minutes. I believe we could expand this to online reservations for all necessary activities. Anywhere you need to go, get online and make a reservation to ensure safe group numbers. Establishments can determine safe occupancy which will allow people to keep recommended distance and then have reservation allotments to ensure the occupancy never exceeds the determined limit (50 being the maximum). If shoppers are required to go online and reserve a spot for a particular shopping period, they can also see when there are fewer reservations. As complex as it may be, this could even be applied to public transit. New occupancy limits can be establish which will ensure safe distances between riders, and if there is an online reservation platform, the occupancy can be kept under control, as well as help people make smart decisions. If there were even just live stats on occupancy, people can make informed decisions about which bus/ train to board. Also, online reservations would allow quick altering if someone does contract the virus: I get sick, I call my grocery store where I shopped yesterday and let them know I was at the 3:30 shopping reservation, they can send an email to whomever else was there... Creating capacity limits through online reservations for all necessary activities could allow us to keep doing what we need to do but with controlled crowd numbers and safe exposure limits.