Moments of an invisible man

With this ‘social distance’ when I’m on the road they treat me as a potential source of infection. They draw around me, as they walk, an elliptical curve with a minimum radius of 1-1.5 meters. Obviously I do the same. Under normal circumstances I am invisible and they want to pass through me.
The only ones who are still invisible are the homeless. Maybe because for them these ‘social distancing’ and ‘stay at home’ are not affected by the arrival of the coronavirus.
Really, what kind of euphemism are ‘social distancing’ and ‘stay at home’ for a homeless, an invisible person?

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