What really is unimaginable, but will be reality, I guess, is how to reopen the restaurant/hospitality industry?!? Starbucks in masks? It ain't looking good until lots of testing, treatment and vaccine comes around.
Thanks (almost-) neighbour. It is hard to conceive just now how the entertainment activity will restart. As a semi-pro player, I have 2 open gigs in autumn 2020. I'm not over-optimistic. March 2021 might sound a bit more realistic.
Translate to a theater in one year, yeah. Not easy to know what the world will look like then.Now translate this to a theater...
You forget we might reach herd immunity before then. Or have found some medicine, see e.g. HIV medication. There are multiple possibilities!well, people are making plans for the future but, realistically, before there is a vaccine there will be very little chance to ever be in a closed space with large groups of people.
Herd immunity as a strategy is dumb, we might still reach it. Otherwise agree with you. You said optimism is good though ;-)well we shall see, but the majority of people , even in places where there are lot of people who appear to have recovered , think that we will need to mantain social distancing for years, Harvard University considers the possibility that we may have to do this until 2022 unless we find a vaccine or a therapy , all of which has yet to come.
herd immunity ...
It will most likely make a loss, unless enough sponsorship is found by then. Tricky to ask people for money these days.40.- Swiss Franks for a ticket? That wouldn't even cover the agency fees here. Sometimes you have to pay this to see local bands around Denver. Time to move to Switzerland!