Protected by my home-made mask, I got in line at Home Depot behind a long barrier six-feet apart from others. A door monitor allowed us to enter, one at a time, while she watched for a customer to exit at the other end of the store.
When I was allowed in, the aisles were sectioned off to guide customers to remain within the 6 feet rule. Similarly, a friend returned to work in a manufacturing company making products deemed essential.
Greeted at the door by intercom, he was instructed to put on the mask and gloves in the foyer. The door then opened, his forehead was swiped to check his temperature.Read more on psychologytoday.com