Everything's just different now.

[Interviewer]

Okay. Thank you. We'll begin the interview.

Crew:

Yup. We're good.

[Interviewer]

Okay. Question one. How has COVID-19 impacted your daily life?

[Tyler]

Many different ways. It's changed the whole world, in a way, because can't really go out and do anything like you used to. Everything's just different now.

[Interviewer]

Awesome. Okay. What did you underappreciate before COVID-19 that you appreciate much more now?

[Tyler]

Close contact with other humans.

[Interviewer]

Yeah. Yeah, me too. How will the pandemic change society once it's over?

[Tyler]

I definitely think everyone will respect personal space a little more. And I think that everyone will probably be a lot cleaner moving forward, like with the hand washing and the sanitization and all of that.

[Interviewer]

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

[Tyler]

It's very different now. If you're going to see family and friends, everyone's kind of worried about if the other person is going to have it and so everything's kind of strained.

[Interviewer]

Yes. Yeah. And then, last question. What pre-COVID memory keeps you hopeful and what possible future keeps you going?

[Tyler]

I don't know about a memory. I just have a little bit of faith in the fact that as mankind will come together and hopefully, eventually make it disappear.

[Interviewer]

Yeah. All right. That's it. Thank you very much for being a part of this.

[Tyler]

For sure.