I've completed my first week of teaching during the pandemic -- I didn't teach last semester, you'll recall, due to my sabbatical.
I can safely say I do not like this.
One thing I do not like is the masks. I know they're necessary but (a) I wear glasses, so mine are constantly fogged up, which does not help my ability to see and remember student and (2) masks cover mouths, so I'm having trouble seeing who is talking.
Also, because we've split the classes, I'm see half the students in any given class once a week. I can already see this will be an issue so far as getting much done.
Also, just in the first week, I've had three students who have had to quarantine due to family members testing positive, and one student -- who is in our National Guard -- called up to go deal with the cosplaying traitors at the Capitol. That student has no idea when they will be able to return and resume classes.
I've had enough of living in interesting times, thanks just the same.