We line up in spirals now, 1.5m apart.
The older you are, the more likely it is that you’re shielded by gloves and a mask.
We skirt around the edges of one another.
Attendants offer sanitising wipes with big smiles and we all pretend it’s normal.
The air is clean but riddled with distrust.
This virus might be even worse for our brains than it is for our lungs.