Men's Beer Night, mostly guys from the church, has had to go on Zoom this year, but as it's mostly old guys, we are looking forward to a significant population of people who have received both vaccines and have waited the following two weeks for the immunity to build up. Now I am hearing that distancing is going to be expected anyway. I assume that this is because someone thinks it is still "too risky," but I don't recall hearing how immunised people are in danger of either giving or receiving a contagious illness.
We wouldn't want the guys to be having Unprotected Beer.
FWIW, a Bible study I lead used to meet at a local diner. Right now we meet via zoom. When we leave zoom, we'll lose 2 or 3 guys who don't live in town anymore.
Are you sure is has anything to do with risk? I suspect it's pure Mother-May-I signaling. The people handing out these recommendation aren't even bothering to show their work.
We're about to drive about 70 minutes to get our second dose this morning.
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