Two weeks ago today, I thought my only co-worker had left early for the day. Her away message was displayed on her Jabber account. Even though we are a two-person dept, we work on opposite sides of town support ambulatory medical clinics on the electronic medical record software. I called her and joked that we had an emergency meeting in 10 minutes and she needed to go back to her office. Turns out, she only went down the hall to chat with a nurse. My wife had been sent home 15 minutes early from their end of day after having ZERO phone or computers for the afternoon. So, I told my co-worker that I was actually going home. I get 5 blocks down the road and receive an email from our boss that we have an emergent web meeting. I'm thinking my co-worker put our boss up to this. But then I see the corporate team is also on the meeting invite. This COVID-19 has really diverted our normal routine. We and our clinics have had to learn the whole ins/outs of telehealth. Physicians are not the easiest group of people to train and convince that a new way of doing things is going to work. I was helping one doctor at our local urgent care clinic. I hear the nurses chatter to the side that one of the roomed patients showed positive for COVID-19. There I sat in just a face mask in regards to protection. I immediately donned gloves and gown. They had a can of Lysol spray that I used like insect repellant before I left.