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Discussion: Covid concern

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Nov. 17, 2020
tall_thunder
Men's 50
77 posts
Covid concern
I was informed that Arizona Sidewinders 65 just dropped out Winter Worlds due to players having the virus. My concern is that these guys also practice during the week with the Arizona Sidewinders 60, and they seem to still be in the tournament. For safety for all, shouldn't these guys get tested. If we end up playing this team, I will be very concerned about my team's health.
Nov. 17, 2020
Cowboy19
Men's 60
46 posts
Ask Dr Foushi.
Nov. 17, 2020
OnTheOutz
Men's 60
6 posts
how many players have the virus? since the positive results, have they really practiced together? is that known as fact? when does it stop? why not test all teams prior to accepting their registration?

if a team is that fearful, or "concerned", then drop out or don't register. but one team doesn't get to dictate what other teams should or should not do.

either stay home or play. easy choice.
Nov. 17, 2020
tall_thunder
Men's 50
77 posts
Boy, these conversations crack me up. On theoutz, you can't drop out or not sign up, or stay home until teams are made aware of an issue. Now teams are aware, they can make their decision. Also, they're only aware if they see this notice.
Nov. 17, 2020
Dbax
Men's 65
2057 posts
Itís not a joke Reuvers.
Nov. 17, 2020
domer
35 posts
It is a serious issue with a lot of grey area, teams should be cautious and take the precautions senior softball laid out. If still uncomfortable they should drop out
Nov. 18, 2020
stick8
1974 posts
Follow the protocalls ssusa has put out. The big thing is trying to social distance. Tough to do at the fields when interacting with other players and friends. There is no guarantee in not catching the virus, unfortunately Mother Nature doesnít always cooperate. If this is a big concern I would elect not to play.
Nov. 19, 2020
OnTheOutz
Men's 60
6 posts
In Glendale, Walked from my car to door at Texas Roadhouse with mask in hand, put mask on at door and on way to table, took mask off at table.

In Glendale, observed tournament official/park guy use gestapo tactics to tell FANS to mask up, sitting alone, outside, and no one within 30 feet of them.

Yep, that is one smart virus.
Nov. 19, 2020
Turbo 34
Men's 50
47 posts
It's been a tough year for sure! We had players that had been in Myrtle Beach for a week get the news on Thursday evening before playing on Friday that players had just been quarantined due to social distancing guidelines at their work! We were forced to pickup a dude that was just hanging out at the park to have ten players! No way to get back thousands in motel money let alone all the entry fee!
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