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  1. Lots of things are going to happen before the NBA. Disney World is going to be open to the public before the NBA begins their first phase of training camp.
  2. Probably already posted, but: https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/22/health/cdc-coronavirus-estimates-symptoms-deaths/index.html And 65% show symptoms. That would put the mortality rate at 0.26%?
  3. Their testing is way up too. Would like to see positivity rate.
  4. Really don't see that being much of an issue. I mean, it could happen, but the odds are against it. Much more likely to affect college football and it rarely does.
  5. You don't have to get political to know that was a big nothingburger. A single column was taken down for like 29 hours to verify the accuracy. https://tallahasseereports.com/2020/05/20/rebekah-jones-firing-is-the-covid-clickbait-the-media-dreams-of-but-its-all-fake/ https://www.tampabay.com/news/health/2020/05/19/florida-health-department-officials-told-manager-to-delete-coronavirus-data-before-reassigning-her-emails-show/
  6. Who will be the first school to have a retractable roof? LSU?
  7. Things could look quite different. Season starting later and CWS the last two weeks of July. From a fan perspective, I like it as it starts when CBB ends and carries us through the summer almost up to football. What does this do to the summer leagues like Cape Cod? Free article https://d1baseball.com/columns/premier-power-five-coaches-unveil-new-college-baseball-model/?fbclid=IwAR2c9wJFzoyj5Mkd1YYkijMr6Sc8q-EwB_CvO__-4_oDhxBHoQmkOoWZ8aA
  8. https://www.foxnews.com/health/cdc-now-says-coronavirus-does-not-spread-easily-via-contaminated-surfaces About 90% of my Covid stress could be going away now.
  9. Think about the impact on college recruiting if high school football doesn't happen. The senior class is set for the most part outside of late bloomers, but think about all the sophomores and juniors that pop up on the radar in regards to the 2022 and 2023 classes. There would probably still be camps and whatnot, but the evaluations would be hard without actual games. I bet lots of classes wouldn't fill up as early and Fall 2021 recruiting for the 2022 class would be crazy as you see what that senior class looks like.
  10. Mississippi is 49.3% (281/570) https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/14,0,420.html Can't find the others but based on stories on nursing home outbreaks in St Louis, i'd be surprised if Missouri was below 50%
  11. My kids are signed up for late July. 6 weeks ago, I would've never imagined them going or the camp even being open, but we are leaning towards going. I guess by the time we go, there will have been a number of sessions in the books. They seem to really care, and with the age of some of the staff, they better. As for the surrounding states, I kind of think the price point weeds out a lot of the mouthbreathers. But you're definitely going to have a lot kids who are going to be active this summer. As I've mentioned in this thread, my kids are playing soccer again and as soon as baseball gets a green light, they'll be doing that. I'm sure we will go to the pool at some point this summer. I don't think you'll find many kids whose parents allow them to attend summer camp, yet don't allow them to do other normal summer activities.
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