Posted by PowayDevil on August 19, 20 at 20:53:11:
In Reply to: Apparently, the sky aint fallin posted by TDevil on August 19, 20 at 05:53:25:
I looked for some new data to counter the 78 out of 100 middle aged people and didn't find any. Its very logical that 18-24 yr olds are less apt to be 78%. I get that it could be a lot less.
So the Pac-12 stirred in myocarditis as a primary soup ingredient (among other ingredients), and the soup tasted bad. He advised B12/CUSA Leaders to remove myocarditis from the recipe, and if they thought the soup still tasted bad - then cancel your season. I'm not sure I get that logic.
He goes on, "There's just too many unknowns to say we have new damaging, alarming evidence that COVID-19 myocarditis is the big, bad spooky thing in town now, and we need to do something about it,". No warm fuzzy feel for me to that either.
I think it boils down to basics of how many athletes' health (short and/or long term) are we willing to risk. Its obvious that players will get the single ingredient myocarditis because 12 have so far, and there have yet to be any real practices simulating game conditions. I take comfort in the Pac-12 looking after all its athletes.
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