anything opens on May 1st for jumping? in Events & Places to Jump May 11 My 8, The City of Vancouver announced that they are no longer laying off 17,000 transit workers. Last month bus stops and Skytrain stations were ghost-towns, but ridership resumed in early May. Skytrains were only running two cars per train (versus the usual 4) and reduced schedules. By the second week of May, buses were starting to skip stops in an effort to maintain social distance. This week (11 May) transit is resuming many canceled buses, but drivers and dispatchers are confused. The Province of B.C. is hoping for a gradual, phased return to normal by the end of May. How fast the province re-opens depends upon the numbers of COVID-19 patients reporting to hospitals. I doubt if we will ever return to the old "normal." Last year we snickered at overly-cautious Chinese immigrants wearing masks in public. Masks are likely to remain fashionable until sheeple forget about COVID-19. Jump suit manufacturer "Vertical" has already introduced a new line of PPE masks. I fear that far too many mom-and-pop retail stores will close permanently. We also fear that too many single-Cessna DZs will close forever. That means longer driving times for those of us still jumping.