I don’t think anybody who is paying attention thinks that the debate is over or that this issue is going away. The Cardinal in charge of the Amazon Synod has already stated that he is going to continue pushing for married priests through official Vatican channels:
Plus everyone is aware that the Germans have already stated that they will continue to discuss married priests at their synod as well.
Despite the title of this thread, the Pope did not actually say “No” to married priests and female deacons - he said nothing concerning them. Pope Francis is a master at stringing people along, intentionally or unintentionally, causing them to believe that he may eventually give one side or another their way. He can’t outright say no to these proposals, even if he wanted to, because it would alienate his most enthusiastic and influential supporters and they would start looking past him to the next Pope in the hope that he will grant their wishes. Some have already started to abandon him; look at the statements put out by the lay group taking part in the German synod and the bishop who wrote much of the Amazon document leading up to the synod. They viewed this as a stab in the back. But others have clung to the hope that since he didn’t definitively rule anything out, he’s going to sneak in the changes later when no one’s paying attention, or a future synod will discuss these issues again (which is what I think will happen).