And that's not what I said, but, there are some who have actually enjoyed this last year, like rules, regulations and restrictions. They also love pointing out other people who are not keeping to the standards they expect even if not breaching the rules.At present, in the UK, we're lucky. No actual limit on how far we can travel, no curfews. Even those who enjoy their own company are expected to abide by those, where they are in place.
Ireland had a 2km(now 5km) radius of your home address for all activities*, including exercise.
Just because a person may enjoy being on their own, being the quiet one in a group, doesn't mean they welcome extra restrictions or are enjoying the current restrictions. My opinion was that they will be better able to cope than those who thrive on others telling them how well they're doing, when we get to the new normal. Forget what you were able to do this time last year, that's gone.
*Excluding work, shopping & medical.
I can't wait for that to be a thing of the past. I will absolutely not forget the freedoms that I previously had, why would anyone? Just accepting that we will not be able to do those things again? Not a chance.