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It will be interesting. Some sets may already be out of production and LEGO had enough to last the rest of the year, in which case they may be gone for good if they were in their last year of production and production stopped. While LEGO may restart a production on a set or two if there is enough demand I think those decisions are made long before Jan1st. Then throw in the production demands for 2020 sets which were likely backlogged due to Covid-19 and then the reconfiguration for when they were making face shields.
well that's the 1.000.000.000.000 question.... that i am willing to bet even 90% of lego's own staff dont know.