Earlier this summer, my neighbor asked to see NEOWISE, so I established a virus safety protocol to allow him to view. Tonight, a friend of another neighbor asked to see the planets. Normally, I hide from neighbors during the pandemic, but this kid came out of nowhere. He explained he had never seen Jupiter or Saturn through a scope. He was around 18 years old. He agreed to follow my directions, and I gave him a great view of the planets. To start, I wouldn't allow him near me as I set up. I put on a mask and cleaned everything with a Clorox wipe. I then placed a fresh eyepiece in the focuser, focused it and called him over. I stood about 10 feet away and allowed him to watch the planet drift across the FOV. I then kicked him out of the area, placed a new eyepiece into the focuser, focused and called him back for Saturn. I used my laser to point to the focusing knob in case things weren't in focus for his eyes. He was pleased, as he called it the most awesome thing he'd seen all summer! His buddies were making fun of him for enjoying the view through a scope, but he shrugged it off. He only had around a 1 minute view of each planet, but that was enough for a lasting memory. We talked about the planets, including Mars, and when he left, I took everything inside to be disinfected with a weak beach solution, keeping it off the glass. I used lens cleaner on the glass of the eyepieces. I don't recommend outreach during the pandemic, but if it's only 1 person, and you take precautions, you can do it safely.