With how messed up 2020 has been this was no real surprise of an announcement by the league, but when you think about it more it might not be so bad at all for the Minnesota Wild and any fan that is planning on forking over the $$$ to attend. Check it out!
I am not sure I quite agree with that last part. For you, fortunately the effect has been rather mild. But for someone else they end up with permanent heart damage or lung damage or other issues. I have a friend who caught it back in March, and he's pretty much wrecked. Heart has been severely weakened, kind of similar in effect to like a super Lyme's Disease. He can't do much of anything now. IMO, while its easier for a person like yourself who seems not to be all that effected to just ha
I agree LIG with you , everyone has his own personal opinion, personal info and personal experience regarding many things in our life, including COVID too. I am working in a medical field for many years (43);and in cardiac surgery since 1984 and of course, I have seen many cardiac complications after viral diseases as well as after flu including acute cardiac failure or chronic cardiac insufficiency. In my opinion, we need to get starting to live with COVID as we did with flu disease for 100
Unfortunately, the second wave is now totally out of control in most of Europe, and particularly in Switzerland (positivity rates top nearly at 30% vs. 7% in the US, and daily new cases on a 7-day rolling average are at 800 per 1M pop. vs 300 in the US - data taken from the Oxford University). They started the season at 2/3 arena capacity before reducing it at 1000 people and yesterday they decided to play without attendance while continuing to play at least until Dec. 1st.