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  • Our softball team IS pretty good.

    Miami softball might be the best team that nobody gets to see this year. Families only at games.

    Question, what if we can prove we’re fully vaccinated and past the 2 week window? Can we go to the stadium & see the team play then?


    Exactly, and this question applies far beyond sporting events.  Crickets from the CDC.


    I dont think the CDC decides this. There are guidelines from the state and county. Just check mlb and nba attendance it is different by state. Miami has chosen to be very cautious while applying those guidelines
    No argument there; I’m not faulting Miami’s guidelines, given the information available.  I’m faulting the CDC.  It has 10,000 employees and a $6.5 billion budget, yet after a year of the most damaging pandemic in U.S. history, it has no answer to this key question.  How do you “follow the science” if the scientists don’t tell you what it is?  And they should be able to:  it has been four months since the first shots, and over 200 million Americans have been vaccinated.  Where are the studies?
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