A pandemic of any global proportion, lasting however many years, is not sufficient enough to change centuries and in some cases, millenniums worth of social interactions. Even if there is a significant decrease in the number of illnesses among people, complete avoidance of tactile contact can be psychologically painful. Almost all people around the globe are waiting to return to their way of life before COVID-19 struck. Simple signs in parks or social distancing measures are not enough to prevent people from greeting each other as they did in the past. Now, this is not to say that, in general, people will be more mindful about social courtesies such as covering their sneezes or being more cautious about going to work when they are sick. Society will also take additional sanitary methods to preserve health and wellness. However, it is highly unlikely that they will abandon all social forms of greetings that they were using just six or so months ago.