The Post-Covid-19 Casino: Gambling Your Life

Photo by CDC on Unsplash
Photo by janilson furtado on Unsplash
Photo by Daniel Schludi on Unsplash
Photo by Matt Seymour on Unsplash
  • Opening letters and parcels
  • Getting food, medicine or takeaway food delivered
  • Filling up at a pay-at-pump petrol station
  • Playing tennis or golf
  • Going camping with your household or support bubble
  • Seeing friends or family in their garden or for a walk, run, or bike ride
  • Sending children to school or nursery
  • Seeing a family physician or going to a hospital appointment
Photo by Marc Sendra Martorell on Unsplash
Photo by Sammy Williams on Unsplash
  • Staying at a hotel or other holiday accommodation (with your household or support bubble)
  • Picking up a takeaway from a restaurant
  • Eating in a restaurant and sitting outside
  • Visiting a pub beer garden
  • Shopping in a busy supermarket, high street or shopping centre
  • Taking your child to a playground
  • Seeing friends or family inside their house
  • Visiting a beach or busy beauty spot
  • Getting in someone else’s car
  • Attending a wedding ceremony or funeral service
Photo by Immo Wegmann on Unsplash
  • Eating in a restaurant and sitting inside
  • Attending a wedding reception (up to 30 people)
  • Getting a bus or train
  • Getting on a plane
  • Playing football or rugby
  • Giving friends and family a hug (if they are not in your household or support bubble)
  • Exercising at a gym
  • Going to a theme park
  • Going to the pub or a bar
Photo by Lisanto 李奕良 on Unsplash
Photo by John Moeses Bauan on Unsplash
Photo by Anne Nygård on Unsplash



Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Peter Ling

Peter Ling


Historian and biographer but thankfully with a sense of humour. Expert on MLK, JFK, the Civil Rights Movement, and presidential scandals.