My ancestors lived through the Spanish flu, so we'll overcome this as just like anything else and society will keep moving forward.

[Interviewer]

How has COVID-19 impacted your daily life?

[David]

Well, for me, it really hasn't impacted my daily life that much because I live out on a farm, so we're kind of segregated and separated anyways. It's when we go into town that it's affected my daily life more where now wear a mask, don't wear a mask, stand in line, don't stand in line. That's how it's affected.

[Interviewer]

What did you under appreciate before COVID that you appreciate more now?

[David]

Being able to go to a restaurant I wanted without any problems.

[Interviewer]

How will the pandemic change society once it's over?

[David]

Oh, our travel plans, schooling. It's going to change how we enter hospitals. It'll change it.

[Interviewer]

How did isolation affect you and how has this impacted your relationships with family and friends?

[David]

Well, it definitely affected the family. We couldn't see our family for a while there because they were in different parts of the province. Yeah, family and friends, then you have this smaller net group. Yeah, it was definitely affected that way. We can't go visit neighbors as easily or even family as easily.

[Interviewer]

What pre-COVID memory keeps you hopeful and what possible future keeps you going?

[David]

Wow. Well, life carries on, right? My ancestors lived through the Spanish flu, so we'll overcome this as just like anything else and society will keep moving forward. Right? We're going to find a way around this and adapt. People are adaptable.

[Interviewer]

That's it. Thank you very much for being a part of our project.

[David]

Thank you.