Oh, I can top that.
I went up to Oregon a year ago and we went into downtown Portland for dinner a couple evenings. The indoor dining rooms in Portland were off limits, so all the restaurants had to create bubble tents out on the sidewalks and streets where somehow it was perfectly acceptable to have dinner in. It was typical Portland weather; temps around 50 with constant drizzle.
Portland's Covid dining bubbles had no HVAC systems or ventilation, but they were lined with dingy wet AstroTurf, had propane patio heaters, and were damp and airless. Seemingly a perfect bubble for a virus to spread within, but it was all perfectly acceptable!