Ballpark and theme park workers have mixed feelings about returning to work

Posted | Contributed by Jeff

After more than a year of being shut out, cashiers, food vendors, guest greeters and other workers are making their way back to America’s most beloved baseball stadiums, amusement parks and concert venues — but the great return is being met with changes and conflicting feelings of anxiety and excitement as tens of thousands of fans and visitors also make their way back.

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ApolloAndy's avatar

I will be the first to admit (and did so in the other thread) that even having been fully vaccinated for over a month, it’s still really weird and disconcerting to be in large crowds. We’ll be flying with our unvaccinated kids in June and it will probably be full of heebie-jeebies.

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Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

Tommytheduck's avatar

Sit together. (pay extra if you need to) Try to get towards the front of the plane or at least a bulkhead seat depending on what type of plane. ( Double mask if you can tolerate it.

But really, I hear very little about Covid cases from flying, and I work in the industry.

Jeff's avatar

The airport is higher risk than the plane. There have been some good models about air flow in planes published lately.

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