This was what I was thinking. If they're going to playing 10 games without crowds anyway they should have just finished their season off in the proper way and started their season later.
If they're only getting a handful of new cases a day now in Scotland then surely they could reintroduce moves to socially distance a crowd. You must surely be able to get at least a couple of thousand in a game with relatively low to no risk.
I've thought about this as well. The seating I would think would be easy enough, I think the logistics would be getting people in and out of the stadiums with as little crowding as possible. Also, they probably assume people will crowd up before and after as well and there's less chance of being able to manage that.
Although I think they could seat people at different times. A lot of work but I think it's something that should be looked into.
If you normally get a crowd of 30,000, I'd think you could easy do half that and give everyone space.
Although personally, I think we are going to have to start thinking about getting back to normal at some point. This virus isn't going away anytime soon and there isn't going to be any viable vaccines. So we can stay hidden and locked up or get on with our lives.