There are two kinds of risks: risks you can take and risks that you can't and shouldn't.
We are prone to face risks everyday.
When we drive to work everyday, we face risks because bad drivers are out in the road too.
When we go to the dentist or massage therapists, we take the necessary risks of getting a bad fill or getting an achy spot.
In any decision, it has its own attendant risks. Risks can be mitigated, can be reduced to mere nuisance or annoyance, and can be completely subverted, that there is no way that it becomes an obstacle or a hindrance to an action.
We take daily precautions in our COVID-19 life nowadays, actually over-precaution-bordering on paranoia and panic.
Organizations must be clear about what risks they can take, risks they can't and shouldn't and risks that are not actually risks-just part of doing business in this new climate. Anything that is described as risks these days are not really risks at all.
It is likely fear.
The sad fact is that many have been prone to close their doors and windows, turn off their lights and cover themselves with blankets. They treat experts as outsiders that can be carriers. I understand that we live in a litigious society and in this pandemic, everyone is a suspect. But the world continues to move forward. If you don't want to do business, just close the shop instead of making double messages.
Where exactly is the danger in remote activities?
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