We are all getting used to staying two metres apart from each other and I wonder how easy it will be to get back to normal ("The New Normal" that is, which is the latest much repeated mantra, having taken over from "Unprecedented") at some point in the future.
Supermarket queues have everyone lined up two metres apart sometimes with markers on the ground but when there are no markers people have become very efficient at estimating the two metre measurement. As the queue progresses everyone slowly moves forward like a human snake, automatically maintaining the two metre separation. I actually think the shops are better with the limited number of customers being allowed in at any one time. You can walk around with plenty of space and you don't have to wait long to pay, because there are no queues at the checkouts. I can't help thinking though that as social distancing seems to be going to be here for some time ahead, months maybe even years, we will get so used to it that it will feel odd not to have it.
One thing is for sure, we will all be experts at estimating two metres!
Somewhere in another universe, dear brother, you got saved.