For many years, “museum quality” has meant something made with high quality materials or techniques. Basically, a cut above the rest. The term meant a level of protection or preservation used in the framing process.
Remember that famous botched "restoration" job of the Spanish fresco painting of Jesus Christ by an 80 year old woman? If not, ten years ago, the artist, Cecilia Jimenez, volunteered to restore the painting. Her "restoration" was so poorly done, the term "ecce monkey" was sometimes used to describe the artwork.
First, people are running scared given the financial markets rolling wild swings like a roller coaster. A 750 point swing was a 75 point swing last year. Second, people are more and more wearing face shields/masks to prevent transmitting the virus. Third, looking out my office window has turned from a bustling active Saturday to one that is dismally quiet and calm. I can even make out the casual conversations as people walk by.