Not sure if this will survive the mods, but as we wait for the flurries to fly...
With widespread vaccinations for Covid not likely until late winter/spring 2021, I'm thinking about how I intend to ride this winter, particularly with regards to stopping at restaurants and taverns.
Covid-19 is efficiently spread through respiratory moisture. You know, the kind that condenses in your helmet. I worry greatly about going into some confined bar with lots of helmets sitting on tables, hanging from the ceiling, dripping all manner of that aforementioned, respiratory moisture.
And FWIW, the people most likely to be asymptomatic carriers of Covid-19, the "young", are also the most likely to not really give a rat's arse about where their bodily fluids end up.
I'm thinking I'm pretty much going to avoid my beloved riding establishments this season, until a clear sign that imbibing there won't result in an unwanted Covid infection.
Is this reasonable, or paranoid?