I guess I’d be more worried about the lack of masks if the case rate in the area was trending up. Living in a major megopolis with a large international community, I’m concerned, but I do my best not to worry: that just results in stress hormones which then suppress your immune system, leaving you more vulnerable to illness.
I am concerned that our local numbers are trending up again. Although the reasons are not entirely clear, there’s (1) more aggressive testing of people who weren’t being tested previously and (2) generally a sense of fatigue - not helped by fantastic weather - that this has gone on long enough. (And the idiots claiming the whole thing is a hoax/overblown aren’t helping.)
Personally, I’ve been on work from home since mid-March, which is not so easy in a small house with a family of four. I’m a little tired of having to line up just to get in a store, but I’ve more or less figured out my timing to minimize that.
Not looking forward to September, as that will be when life both gets increasingly busy and the ‘second wave’ is being predicted to hit. But I have enough to do right now that I can keep busy and focus on that.