Ah, social interaction, live concerts, bar hopping, live music, and people. These are things that most of us cannot wait to get back to when this is all over. In my mind, I have everything mapped out as to where I want to go after April 30. In the back of my mind, I am very much beginning to be aware that a switch isn't just going to flip.

Expert Zeke Emanuel, director of Healthcare Transformation Institute at the University of Pennsylvania,  told the New York Times that we shouldn't really get our hopes up to enjoy a concert or even a sporting event until at least the fall of next year. He suggest that the sudden return of large gatherings like that would spike another round of the virus that could make things even worse than they already are.

So perhaps that concert you were holding out for in October might not be until next year.

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