Don’t want to take COVID talk outside its box but I’m curious to measures folks are taking in their workshops to deal with Covid.
In my experience workshops are built to purpose and filled with people physically exerting themselves all day, which makes social distancing difficult. The large number of tools and surfaces used in a single shift makes disinfection seem difficult to accomplish. If someone has found routines or tricks to make their shop more Covid secure, I think it could be very helpful to share. I’d also like to hear if someone’s shop doesn’t bother or has found the guidelines unfeasible to stick to.
Edit- just realised this is Members Only, grateful if someone ( @Velocio ?) could please move to Mechanics and fixing.