This is great advice:

Since April the biggest two messages have been to stay home and limit all interactions. Once we were able to return to some semblance of normal, our interactions with others have increased. Ordinarily this wouldn't be a problem, but with the 2nd wave being confirmed and cases are still rising, it's obvious that we need to do more than we have been.

Advice like this is just what we need to make adjustments because it give us all a clear idea on how we can do more.

So what how can we remove 25% of our interactions from our day or week? Start with a list of the usual things that you need to do that has interactions with people, such as groceries and going to the pharmacy, and then find a way to do 1 out of every 4 of them in a way that doesn't involve interactions.

For example, instead of going into the grocery store where you're surrounded by people outside of your bubble, try using a method that reduces the time spent there. More and more stores are doing on-line ordering with curb-side pick up. Give Instacart a try, which is a service where you submit a grocery list and someone gathers them, and delivers it to your house.

We're all in this together. Stay safe, stay vigilant; we'll get through this.