We have Earth. Modern Earth. Some moron with more brains than common sense designs a cordyceps strain to infect people via bites. Now we have zombies. The virus spreads across the world and in a time frame of about 6 months 75% of the global population is dead with 10% still infected, 14% healthy but still susceptible to infection, and the other 1% immune (or rather, their immune systems are still susceptible, but they have a good chance of at least 70% to fight the infection off).
The situation stabilizes here. The infected die after a month or two and the fungus continues to grow in them. Every fall and spring, the fungus releases millions of spores into the air to find new victims. The surviving population finds itself in a bad situation. The spores are not 100% virulent meaning if you inhale one! you don't definitively catch it, but about one in every thirty people will catch it.
Assuming the survivors find a general way to stay away from the infected outside, how would society evolve as reconstruction begins with the threat of anyone you know waking up one morning a zombie within your walls?
A few notes:
The zombies are living people and as such anything physically possible for a person is possible for a zombie. The zombies are, however not too bright, so they probably cannot figure out how to open a door. The fungus is resistant to all known fungicides/antibiotics/whatever.
We are talking about US society (I recognize there are slight regional differences, but it should be answerable. While I welcome commentary on how the rest of the world would respond, explicitly requiring it would make this question too broad.
The infection remains passive (think small fever or 99/100 degrees)for 2 or 3 days, and takes over the victim shortly (30 minutes to a hour) upon becoming active.
Spores can survive for 5 or six years outside of a host, and sometimes takes root in animals similar to humans, such as pigs and monkeys/apes.
This is not a question about the whether my scenario (and therefore type of disease) is realistic and as such I will vigorously down vote any answers that are based solely on the unreality of my scenario.