Many Americans say they plan on avoiding concerts until a vaccine for COVID-19 is discovered. Does this poll speak for the Hudson Valley?

New York's pause is almost over and many businesses may be back up and running shortly.

The pause of the state has been hard on all of us. As crazy as times have been at least it's starting to look like there may be a finish line. Well, sort of. Though we might get back to some sort of normalcy after mid to late May will things ever really be the same?

Though some businesses might return there's a lot of concern over large gatherings and concerts.

The New York Post reports a poll from Reuters that many Americans say they would not return to large music venues until there was a vaccine for COVID-19.

That could take a while and may never actually happen.

How does this hold up in the Hudson Valley? Would you avoid seeing your favorite artists locally until a vaccine is discovered?

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