I've gone with "No idea" because with no defence against the disease except limiting transmission and vast numbers of people seemingly going out of their way to do the exact opposite, I think it's impossible to predict what will happen and when.
I went for the final option. The lockdown was a success in vastly reducing transmission. We can’t live in lockdown forever and as soon as things are eased, we are going to see an uptick in transmission. That much we know. Outdoors in hot weather seems to reduce the virus’s success. There is no evidence of the Bournemouth beach invasion having raised infection rates.
However, going to airports and getting on planes seems like an invitation to catch the virus. Ditto nightclubs. We won’t know about sports stadiums until we try, but it doesn’t look good from here.
Winter is going to give rise to a second spike of the virus when spend more time indoors. I can see another lockdown ahead. And what happens if we get a virulent flu strain as well? It all looks very grim.
It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent., but the most responsive to change. Charles Darwin
for once for years everyone is looking forward to next season starting. gone for hopeful as anything less is really depressing. think there will be lots of twists and turns over the next 9 weeks and i hope any decisions that are made are well thought out ones and no knee jerk stuff.
A strange list of voting choices, I can't see why anyone wouldn't vote for hopefully, however I doubt it.
think there are some that are scared to death of the virus anyway and must include some of us like that. doubt they,d come back anyway till there is a vaccination and cases are nearly zero. when you are talking about 4 to 6,000 fans every one will have a different take on going back anyway. there are those like me who would be there today with no restrictions up to the other end of opinions with thousands of views inbetween.