The UK Parliament have set a date to discuss a fan return for football on November 9, Sky Sports report, but there are no signs of the Scottish Parliament taking the same steps.
While it will be interesting to see how England proceed with regards to supporters returning, it will have little impact on Scotland and what they will be doing.
Celtic have been desperate for crowds to get back safely and have put procedures in place so they can host a game at the drop of a hat. However, with the virus spiking, any plans to get fans back into stadiums has been put on the back burner.
In a well organised outdoor venue, it surely falls under one of the very low-risk categories.
UEFA is allowing a 30% capacity for their European competitions if the local laws permit. Celtic could travel to a Europa League away day and come up against some sort of home crowd while Celtic Park remains closed.