Hearing some interesting chatter in the urban planning and architecture circles about the future of office space. Some office furniture suppliers have seen a surge in demand for partitions and desks. The open concept office trend may die with COVID-19.
There's also an expectation that individual workspaces will be larger, which will be helped by decreasing the number of people physically in the office as working from home becomes more acceptable.
I think that if you are going to catch a virus, you are far more likely to do so in an office environment by touching a chair, desk, door handle, piece of equipment, etc then by sitting beside someone without a partition.