2021 Schedule Thread

Kenny

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Ok well like I said, I don't know so I'll take your guys word for it.
Didn't care for the #MeToo comment tbh but whatever, you probably didn't mean it how I read it.
 

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Ok well like I said, I don't know so I'll take your guys word for it.
Didn't care for the #MeToo comment tbh but whatever, you probably didn't mean it how I read it.
I’m sorry you didn’t care for it
 

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Wonder if NYC/NY State will require PCR testing 72 hours before outdoor sporting events.
As of now they're not differentiating between outdoor and indoor arenas. Remember that even in outdoor events, there are lots of indoor areas where people will mingle, like concession stands, bathrooms, entry and exit points, etc.
 
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I’ve been looking at how the Nets are handling the reopening. They are actually mailing test kits to fans who self administer the test and mail it back 72 hours or less before the game. Then, there is a rapid test upon entry to the game.

Masks are required at all times, and each seat is assigned a specific concessions area.
 

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I’ve been looking at how the Nets are handling the reopening. They are actually mailing test kits to fans who self administer the test and mail it back 72 hours or less before the game. Then, there is a rapid test upon entry to the game.

Masks are required at all times, and each seat is assigned a specific concessions area.
that’s a pretty good solution and easy to administer. Just asking fans to “find a test, get the results back in the right time frame, and then bring the results to the game” is a lot to ask for every game fans attend.
 
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