The clubs will no longer be the same or the people when they reopen
Although many countries have begun to return to normality, the pandemic caused by the coronavirus has left havoc and very radical changes in the coexistence of human beings. That is why many people have begun to wonder what the nightlife will be like, specifically the clubs, after the pandemic.
The coronavirus came to change everyone, in a bad way. Now that many activities are beginning to return to normal in some countries, the question of what the nightlife will be like for each weekend of coexistence has awakened.
The nightlife that millions of people were used to going to every weekend will be very different, they have not even thought about it in many countries that are already returning to daily activities but with preventive measures.
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Concerts, mass events and even sports have begun to implement measures to avoid the crowding of people. But something very different has been done with the clubs or nightclubs, activities that millions of people were used to living every weekend.
Although they are not essential, many people go to nightclubs to free themselves from the stress of work, academic and other life. That is why the reopening of nightclubs or clubs could be very different here in Mexico once the pandemic is mitigated over time.
In China, a country where little by little it has returned to normality, the clubs have begun to implement measures such as taking the temperature before entering and not allowing the place to be too full, in addition to lowering the price of the covers so that people are encouraged to enter.
It is believed that the opening of the clubs in Mexico could take several months yet, because the cases of coronavirus have remained too high in the country. Although no one thinks about nightlife, for obvious reasons, it will be one of the activities that will change the most when the coronavirus pandemic ends.
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