Miami-Dade mayor: Don’t let your guard down over Labor Day September 4, 2020
Dr. Ron Saff, with Physicians for Social Responsibility Florida, said the risk for the virus spreading is high among both football players and spectators, and he doubted either locker rooms or stands will be sufficiently sanitized.
“Scientists know that the best way to prevent the spread of the virus is to wear a mask over one’s mouth and to maintain a 6-foot distance,” Saff said. “So how can one stay 6 feet away if there is a big tackle pile-up trying to prevent a runner from heading to the goal line?”
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