I feel like living in a pandemic is mostly a risk-management scenario. There's obvious shit like "wear a mask" and "wash your hands", as well as "avoid densely populated spaces", but then there's shit like "my family is doing christmas things and not wearing masks indoors, so I have to make myself scarce."
I ended up making the decision to leave the bay area before christmas travelers show up, and come back after they've all done their gross traveling. Turns out Amtrak is strictly enforcing social distancing by only selling 1/4 as many tickets (so each person gets their two seats and the seats behind them), they have none of the fancy dining service, all payments are cashless, and if you are seen without a mask at any point during the trip they remove you from the train.
I feel like it was irresponsible to travel because it entails casual exposure to a bunch of people, but I'll take very short term masked exposure over a bunch of travelling family members who OBVIOUSLY don't know how to distance themselves congregating in a house for a week. Yeah, I have my truck to hide out in, but it's fuckin COLD out there right now, since my battery backup can't run a space heater, and I got sick last time from breathing cold damp air for hours on end.
The good news: When I return, I have a 0-contact graveyard security position lined up. Interview passed, paperwork done, I just need to show up once to grab the uniform from an office running a skeleton crew, so no contact there either. There's nobody to interact with at the site either, just a desk position watching an outdoor plaza. Doesn't even have required patrols if the weather sucks.