I don’t know. I would hope we get better about things like work from home being more available and people staying home when sick, but as someone who’s been working with the public during this pandemic, I doubt much of our day to day life will be changed. I work with a the public in library and retail work(both part time, hence the need for both) and for the most part I see people just going about their lives as normal while wearing masks. Some have gloves and people are more likely to use the hand sanitizer we provide, but I really just see mostly people doing as they did before; come in, get their stuff/do whatever they came to do and leave. That’s not even to mention those who either don’t wear masks or wear them but complain about why are they needed so you know the moment the pandemics over they are discarding them. I know I won’t have any problem going back to normal day-to-day life, but maybe that’s because I’m a germaphobe and already super conscious of germs and have learned to deal with that anxiety. I was talking to my father a while ago about how I was hoping it would be safe to see WW84 in theaters, back when it was to be released in October(oh how optimistic I was on how long the pandemic would last). We started talking about seeing movies in theaters and he asked if I would be comfortable going back to theaters and I was like, “why not, once the pandemics over?”
That’s not to say I don’t see changes coming as a result, but I see it as mostly big picture stuff. Like better planning in case of another public health crisis, strengthening public safety nets and maybe even a system for national health insurance. Day to day though, I’m not sure.