Thats going to make it very difficult to compete if it happens in the middle of the season. I know it has happened with other teams as well.I heard Loveland has a positive COVID result adn the whole team is now quarantined for 14 days at home. That will put a kink into tryouts..
Listen, I want and hope that the kids get to play sports this Fall. From an in-game standpoint, the risk of transmission is low. Big outdoor field, lots of moving around, the amount of close contact between players is low......the issue is more about players on the same team, coming into close contact on benches, huddles, locker rooms, bus rides, etc. In any event, while there is no documented case of a student giving a teacher COVID-19, there are documented cases of an aysmptomatic person bringing home the disease only to have a parent or grandparent die (especially if those parents or grandparents were in an at-risk group - diabetic, obese, over 65 years of age, heart disease, high blood pressure, etc). So, while we can debate the level of risk, the risk is realJUST STOP!!! Ya'll know there is not ONE documented case WORLDWIDE of a student giving a teacher COVID, right? (so don't bother with your 'Sally might bring home COVID to Granny' nonsense). Ya'll also know that 99% of HS age kids don't even KNOW they have COVID since they are A-symptomatic right? Let the kids PLAY.
I feel for you, the documented evidence of low to negligible transmission is in Germany and Iceland but noone is paying attention to studies or data anymore. It is all about risk aversion and the fact that we have already committed down this road and no one wants to say maybe we were wrong.JUST STOP!!! Ya'll know there is not ONE documented case WORLDWIDE of a student giving a teacher COVID, right? (so don't bother with your 'Sally might bring home COVID to Granny' nonsense). Ya'll also know that 99% of HS age kids don't even KNOW they have COVID since they are A-symptomatic right? Let the kids PLAY.
I did. Kids don't transmit to older folks. Older folks transmit to kids. Now this would be the German and Icelandic studies. I would also look at Sweden's policy where they did shut off large gatherings but kept the kids in school and I would finally look at our deaths in 2020 versus previous years where until very recently we were tracking to lower number of deaths in 2020 versus 2018. That has changed recently but I am willing to wait until the end of the year. Regardless, I would say that this is one of the least deadly epidemics/pandemics in human history. But, like I posted above, the fear of liability (although unfounded) has scared every club and school in the country. I hope we come up with something soon that restored people's confidence in the human condition.Bases ... I guess that you did not read about the study results.