The primary sanitation step that will be taken is removing all of the people. With 5% ridership they can do a decent job of keeping surfaces wiped down, but it is hard to clean when there are people in the way. There is no instant "back to work". Even in the places where restrictions are being lifted the restrictions are not being totally revoked - and even if the government said "do what you want" polling has shown that Americans WANT to be safe. Last week's CBS News poll found: Sixty-three percent of Americans are more worried about restrictions lifting too fast and worsening the outbreak — than worry about lifting restrictions too slowly and worsening the economy. (37%) Only 13% say they would definitely return to public places over the next few weeks if restrictions were lifted right now, regardless of what else happened with the outbreak. Almost half — 48% — say they would not return to public places until they were confident the outbreak was over. Another 39% are "maybes": they'd return depending on whether they saw the outbreak getting better. Most states are staging a gradual reopening - asking for 50% or less occupancy in stores and restaurants. But even without government restrictions it will be a challenge getting half of their customers back. And with a connected economy, your factory opening up is dependent on having a place to sell your product - if the next factory up the chain isn't ready to accept your product there isn't much you can produce. If your suppliers are not ready to ship what you need to make your product the factory can be stalled. There is no light switch that goes back to 100% operation overnight. People need to be patient and avoid being patients. Wear a mask AND keep your distance AND wash your hands. Doing one is not an excuse not to do all three. Stay healthy.