Well, the pandemic has made me realise just how far on the introvert spectrum my husband and I are. When I was working, I had no social life at all because teaching adults all day left me completely peopled-out. Yet if I have no contact with others, I can slip into depression so since retiring, I made sure to include some activities involving others. When lockdown happened I organised a Skype group to replace the informal Welsh conversation group that normally meets in a local cafe and I host the local Quaker meeting on Zoom. The Welsh class has restarted and is using MS Teams. This, and of course living with G plus a few phone calls, gives me all the social contact I need.
I do feel sorry for the extroverts who must be having a really difficult time at the moment, but then again, what we think of as "normal" life tends to favour extroverts. After a lifetime of pressure to attend social events and being considered odd when I decline or slip away early, it's nice just to be able to do the small amount of socialising I feel comfortable with.