With the outbreak of COVID-19 we've all been practicing our social distancing and that also means not going to concerts. Most concerts during this time have already postponed their tours until the fall, but that might not happen according to one health expert.
Zeke Emanuel, is the director of the University of Pennsylvania's Healthcare Transformation Institute, thinks that large-scale gatherings like concerts and sporting events won't return until "fall 2021 at the earliest".
Emanuel told New York Times Magazine that going back to "normal" life will be "done in stages", starting with lower-risk workplaces. He says that concerts will be "the last to return".