The Superbowl Surge

The New York Times and Dr. Fauci predicted a Superbowl COVID-19 surge. It didn’t happen.

“Experts worry that football fans gathering on Sunday in Tampa, Fla., for the championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, or at watch parties across the country, could set back the nascent progress of recent weeks.

Officials like Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Mr. Biden’s chief medical adviser for Covid-19, have warned Americans against gathering for Super Bowl parties with people from other households, especially in places without ideal ventilation.”

Will the Super Bowl Cause a Coronavirus Surge? – The New York Times

Florida Coronavirus: 1,878,533 Cases and 30,224 Deaths (COVID-19 ) – Worldometer

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2 Responses to The Superbowl Surge

  1. G W Smith says:

    Maybe they could invent another category of “possible” cases, or “likely” cases, so they can keep the numbers up into perpetuity.

  2. Steve Cooksey says:

    Maybe people got the virus but didn’t know it. Yeah, I bet that’s it. Now they’re spreading it to other people who don’t know they have it. We better triple mask, folks. Now is not the time to let your guard down. Triple mask for 15 days to flatten the curve.

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