COUGHS, unwashed hands, and sharing enclosed spaces with other people all spread the coronavirus. These things obviously don’t:
5G phone masts
There is no scientific overlap between towers providing faster internet connections and an infectious disease from bats. Put down your flaming torch, go home, and leave the Facebook group that is lying to you.
The prime minister’s letter to the nation
The letters haven’t been signed and sealed personally. They probably never went with 50 miles of Downing Street. You’re safe to skim it, and confirm you’re already doing what it says, and move on.
Watching Question Time
The topical debate show makes you despise your fellow man and demolishes your will to live, but hasn’t been proven to spread COVID-19. Which doesn’t mean it’s safe to watch. Even with its audience of opinionated halfwits confined to social media, it is never safe to watch Question Time.
Mercifully, because it’s all anyone’s been doing since the lock down began. If there were a correlation between cranking one out and coronavirus the NHS would have been overwhelmed a long time ago.
Obsessing about coronavirus
Thinking about the pandemic night and day does tighten your chest and break out out into a cold sweat but that’s old-fashioned dread, not the virus. This means you’re free to spend your days bouncing from one news site to the other in a state of permanent anxiety.