I don't know about you but I could go for a live concert right about now. Sure, it's awesome that artists are playing for us on their live feeds from their living rooms, it's just something about a attending a live concert. The roar of the fans, the artist feeding off the energy of the crowd, and the overpriced beer!
We might have to wait quite a while to attend our first live concert. Experts are saying that it could be many, many, many months before that can happen, according to the New York Times. Zeke Emanuel, the director of the Healthcare Transformation Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, told the New York Times that concerts and sporting events won't be safe to attend until the fall of 2021 at the earliest.
I for one hope that he is wrong and they return sooner than that, as long as everything is safe! Zeke also said, "You can't just flip a switch and open the whole of society up. It's just not going to work. It's too much. The virus will definitely flare back to the worst levels."
He added that the re-starting of the economy will have to be done in stages, and crowded events like concerts and sporting events will be the last part of our old lives to return.