Catchin' up on the VMDT, and one of the voicemails mentioned "it's hard to do anything post-covid" while talking about their current activities (and contextually he meant post-covid-the-overall-pandemic/diease, not post-him-personally-having-covid). I've also heard some Twitch streamers from differing parts of the world use this terminology when referring to their current daily life.
I guess I appreciate the optimism of the phrasing, and let's hope we're in like, the back half of how much Covid-19 is affecting the world in a myriad of ways, but I can't think of anyone I directly interact with (in my part of Canada) call right now "post-covid." Not my friends and family, not any government or medical or business authority figures, not mainstream news sources in the country, really no one. But I've definitely seen people colloquially use the phrase online who reside in other parts of the world, so I guess some countries and regions must have quite different local feelings on whether we're still in the thick of it.
I don't need the thread to super devolve into debating over whether the term is justified or not, I'm just genuinely curious how commonly "post-covid" is used by yourself or people where you live. Feel free to include as much about your current location as you're willing to share.