Nope. I generally do not eat out much normally, it's a money thing. Eating cheap has always been my secret weapon to saving as much money as possible. But now? Heck no. It's not just the workers. It's the table, and what it may or may not be wiped with to "clean" it, it's the chair, it's the salt shaker, it's the ice in the glass ... it's the people that are showing no symptoms going out and about that sat there before me. I can't see what they left behind and I can't see if it's on me. I don't know if bus staff is handling used plates or if the waitress just cleared a table before bringing my plate.
That said, yesterday my truck driver brother asked me to meet him at a truck stop to deliver his mail (that comes here) and we did eat at the lunch counter. I have been to that particular truck stop several times before and I knew the food was good, and there was only one other person at the counter. My brother ordered salad bar with his meal, but no way I was going to do that. Again, not the workers. This server was not clearing tables, and I could see the cook put up our plates just a few feet away and they travelled to us by her hands, which I trust, having seen her wash her hands several times in the half hour we were there.
I lost most of my appetite to illness and it hasn't fully returned so it's hard to get excited about food normally. but now? I am even less motivated to fix myself anything, but did enjoy the burgundy beef tips yesterday. In some ways, I'm pretty lucky to be content with a spoonful of peanut butter as dinner. I get migraines, so empty is not a bad way to be.