The deadly coronavirus has forced us to adopt new ways of life with wearing masks, maintaining social distancing becoming the ‘new normal’.
Normal life of people is likely to be redefined in post-coronavirus phase when lockdown is lifted and the masses resume their daily routine.
Here's how our lives will change when we go out for work or to eat in restaurant.
People wear protective face shields and masks at a bank that is getting ready to reopen amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease in Bangkok. Photograph: Jorge Silva/Reuters
People practice social distancing inside an elevator prior to arriving to their work places at World Trade Center in Colombo, Sri Lanka, after the government announced that private and state companies will reopen their offices after almost two months of lockdown amidst concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters
Employees observe social distancing during their lunch break at a factory of Renesas Semiconductor Co. in Beijing during a government organised tour of the facility following the outbreak of the coronavirus. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters
People stand on signs to respect social distancing on a platform for the tramway in Nice as France begun a gradual end to a nationwide lockdown. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters
A bank teller wearing a protective face mask stands at a counter where a plastic curtain is installed in order to prevent infections at the Higashinakano branch of MUFG Bank in Tokyo, Japan. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
People stand on social-distancing markers at a Mercedes car dealer in Brussels as Belgium began easing lockdown restrictions allowing some businesses to reopen. Photograph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters
People have dinner as they sit next to stuffed panda dolls, used as part of social distancing measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus at the Maison Saigon restaurant that reopened after the easing of restrictions in Bangkok. Photograph: Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters
Women are separated by dividers as they have their hair washed after social distancing guidelines to curb the spread of the coronavirus are relaxed, at Bella Rinova in Houston, Texas, US. Photograph: Callaghan O'Hare/Reuters
People have lunch at the Penguin Eat Shabu hotpot restaurant in Bangkok. Photograph: Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters
An employee, wearing a protective face mask, sits at a table with plastic barriers to maintain social distancing as he works on the automobile assembly line of Renault ZOE cars at the Renault automobile factory in Flins, France as the French carmaker ramps up car production with new security and health measures. Photograph: Massimo Pinca/Reuters
Social distancing markings are seen at the NTN-ICSA factory at San Benigno Canavese, Italy that produces metal bearings for cars, planes and buses, as Italy begins a staged end to a nationwide lockdown. Photograph: Massimo Pinca/Reuters
People have lunch in a noodle restaurant that reopened after the easing of restrictions with the implementation of a plastic barrier and social distancing measures in Bangkok. Photograph: Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters
Employees observe social distancing during their lunch break at a factory of Renesas Semiconductor Co. in Beijing. Photograph: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters
Social distancing signs are seen outside the Toyota Motor Manufacturing France plant in Onnaing, France. Photograph: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters
People have lunch in a Taiwanese hot pot style restaurant that reopened after the easing of restrictions with the implementation of a plastic barrier and social distancing measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in Bangkok. Photograph: Jorge Silva/Reuters
A restaurant tests servers providing drinks and food to models pretending to be clients in a safe "quarantine greenhouses" in which guests can dine in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Photograph: Eva Plevier/Reuters
Waitresses wearing protective masks, face-shields and gloves gesture to customers toasting glasses at the cheerleader-themed restaurant 'Cheers One' in Tokyo, Japan. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters