When thinking about life after COVID-19, some may picture masks in public and primarily virtual interactions. When entertainment is sewn into the picture, the future starts to look a little blurry.
Going months without in-person entertainment like movie theatres, concerts and other group gatherings was already hard for students to cut out of their weekly routine. Now that businesses, restaurants and venues are opening back up, the entertainment norm will have to change.
Georgia State is in the center of Downtown Atlanta, where Auburn Avenue is lit up every Friday night with bright lights and lines to enter parties stretched down the block. Going to bars and concerts every other weekend was a way to wind down from a long week for some students.
As the shutdown requirements loosen, students like Junior Ashlee Lynch wonder what adjustments will be made post-pandemic.
“Even with fewer cases of COVID-19, businesses will still be enforcing the 6 feet apart social distance and…