The rules state you shouldn't be in any public space. If you're a real stand-up citizen, you'd just ask your neighbour or family member to do it for you (or whoever is delivering your groceries/food), if they felt comfortable. Part of the reason why these overarching policies have to be put in place is that the government doesn't have time to nail down super nitty-gritty details to every individualized circumstance, and simply because the public cannot be trusted to use any sort of logic 99.9% of the time.wysiwyg wrote: ↑ I live alone in a condo. Does that mean I can go to the garbage chute, pick up mail and deliveries (corporation doesn’t allow delivery drivers to the units right now) I would obviously avoid any contact with others, like taking stairs, waiting for an empty elevator or during quiet times.
That said, I don't think many reasonable people would blame you for carrying out the bare minimal, super essential tasks with no other alternative present, provided you are adhering to strict precautions. Things like making sure you're squeaky clean before exiting, considering times where no one else is out, wear a mask, minimize touching of surfaces (wiping anything you do touch), and going straight to the garbage chute/mail & back when absolutely necessary to.
Just don't tell anyone you've been away internationally if you're going to do those tasks yourself. Always a risk of someone snitching on you these days... some rightfully so, others are completely illogical.