Social Distancing: The other as a person of suspect
Since then a kind of vote of no confidence pervades the encounter with the others, each of whom may or may not be a potential corona infected person.
Resulting into constant monitoring of public behavior: Do you comply with the rules? Is what you are doing right, reckless, dangerous, exaggerated?
Exactly this becomes the turning point. Behavior becomes a more strategic move.
No matter how unconcerned or downplayed, the behavior “says” explicitly how one holds it with corona and the rules and it “does” something by being next to each other, letting oneself be given priority, evading, etc. Each time new and situational (whether alone or in pairs, in families, groups, etc.).