“By doing daily testing, you can essentially narrow the window of when somebody … began to start shedding virus down to probably a 20-to-24 hour window, if not even shorter. The hope is it reduces some of the burden on contact tracing and the community health departments, because you don’t have to go back quite so far as it relates to the athletic realm.” … [Read more...] about Cancellations mount in the Pac-12: This wasn’t supposed to happen. What went wrong?
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Morgen Harrington, co-owner of Grimm Brothers Brewhouse and QT Beer Labs, said she doesn’t think businesses that have complied with the public health measures should be penalized. If her businesses have to shut down and lay off employees, some will struggle to pay rent next month, she said. … [Read more...] about Restaurants that defy COVID-19 orders could lose licenses, governor says
“It was pretty traumatic,” she tells the Star-Times now, part way down the road to recovery, but with ground still to traverse. “I had found myself getting weaker, but hadn’t been doing any training over lockdown and put it down to that. I was outside jogging and my legs started to give out. I tried dribbling [the basketball], and couldn’t do a simple crossover. I thought ‘what the heck is going on?’ … [Read more...] about Bouncing back: The courageous story of teenage basketball hotshot Riva Walker-Pitman