What did the ad that brought you to them say? They never said what you'd be doing? sounds strange. Did they hint you'd be doing something else? If you're working for who I think you're working for, I've heard many nightmare stories about working for them.
Speaking of, Bitcheroo has been keeping her distance which is fine by me. However, I still keep an eye out just in case. My edit partner leaves 2-3 minutes early (shows finished, everything is edited and it's down to the final moments when the anchors sign off) but I don't take the risk - lest I give her reason to cite me for something.
Meanwhile, I came into work to find signs posted everywhere about the coronavirus! I enter the building to find a sign about a new policy when bringing in guests who may have been exposed; in the bathroom I find notes on how to wash my hands (how long, use soap and hot water, because Mom never taught me these things!) and to make sure I have washed them long enough to kill the virus, I can recite the lyrics posted nearby. I can sing Eminem or Lady Gaga while I make bubbles in the sink!
Then I go to my edit bay to find signs taped to the tabletop urging me to wipe the desk down and keep them clean (fortunately my supervisor said that was more for the edit bays that are in constant use, whereas my bay is typically only use by myself and the nightside editor).
Then I found a giant dispenser of hand sanitizer in the newsroom to use when I can't sing Lady Gaga in the bathroom.
Then we got to edit all sorts of corona related stories because it's not discussed enough as it is. My fave was how kids seem to have a natural resistance to it - while the elderly are dead meat.
That's not including the Strip hotels which are having staffers do what they SHOULD have been doing long before this thing got started: cleaning escalator handles, door handles, and other frequently touched surfaces. Personally, I'm still put off by buffet utensils unless I'm the first one to fill the plate.