Not just you, I'm dreading it as well. Especially hearing of spikes in places. On a Portugal travel forum, there are UK idiots saying they aren't going to quarantine / self isolate if told to or if they have symptoms , saying it's all a load of nonsense people worrying about it as most people only get it mild . They are going to go abroad on holiday and do what they normally do no matter what. Rather scary there are so many people out there like that who don't give a toss about others. I've only started going out shopping for food the last couple of weeks, and even then it's at quiter times of the day and only to the butchers, farm shop and today the local Co-op for a couple of needed items (been getting Tesco click & Collect and still will do as long as I can get slots) My first visit to the butchers felt fairly safe, and the farm shop had a big screen in front of the counter with bacterial gel clearly visible at the door... Last friday when I went expecting the same again, the butchers 'In' & 'Out' signs had been removed and people walking around the shop passing rather too close. Then on to the farm shop which only had me in as a customer at the time. The hand gel was hiding behind a machine near the door. Delivery people were coming in and out several times not bothering about distancing, and the previous screens around the counter to pay had been removed completely! In the Co-op today, it was almost empty so I entered with confidence expecting the few in there to be really aware of distancing. But customers and staff were acting as though Covid has never happened. Can't see pub customers sitting still at their own allocated tables, and not going across the pub to chat with their mates. Especially after a few bevvies. It will be quite a time before we go to a pub again, despite missing the odd night out.