During our retirement, I have been able to spend a lot more time in my volunteer work helping churches and not-for-profit groups in audio, music and web development. Usually 30 to 40 hours a week. Keeps me very busy.
The government restrictions have made this work far more challenging. Despite the restrictions I have found ways to work around most of the limitations with technology. In some cases, taking very unconventional approaches to the task at hand.
In this video, our church does a walkthrough of our temporary online production facilities. With strict social distancing protocols, we had to use a combination of on-site and off-site roles as well as creative use of pre-production and post-production to deliver our live stream.
I am interviewed at the 4 minute mark in the video. And, yes, it is possible to serve the community during a pandemic when you are required to be socially distant from other people. Even from a motorcoach.