I know it seems like I'm getting at you @Dieter's Heeder, but it isn't you. Covid-19 is so new, there simply hasn't been enough time to digest and figure out exactly what it does and how it behaves. So these articles that are punted out are rarely peer-reviewed, and often use tiny sample sizes or something else that means they don't necessarily prove anything. As a general rule, if a news outlet is running a story on a medical study, and the headline has something in quotes, then you can safely ignore it. In fact, if a news outlet is carrying a story at all you should probably ignore it.
We do know that hospitals are getting better at treating folk, so fewer need ventilated and fewer die when they get to hospital. That seems to get next to no coverage whatsoever. Instead we are having a go at young people who 'think they are invincible'. Well, statistically, they kind of are.
For what it's worth, I've been out for dinner at Cafe da Vincis and had lunch at the Duke in the last couple of weeks, and both felt pretty normal. Both places are coping well with the restrictions. I've been to two pubs - First Edition is a bit odd, but it seems to work OK, but lacking a bit in atmosphere as you might expect. The other, which I won't name, wasn't quite as restricted, but it wasn't a large building nor a chain pub, so it's harder for them to operate in these conditions.