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Discussion in 'TU Football' started by TU 1978, Jun 30, 2020.
Could have been so much worse! Let’s hope that they have rules about where the team can go and that they keep them in an isolated area so that 3 is all it ever is!!! Let’s go!!!
I believe there were 14 or so at OSU.
I know 2 are in residence halls for TU.
And at least it’s not Clemson where 47 football players have tested positive.
Positive for what? Are the Clemson girls that promiscuous?
As long as these kids stay isolated and asymptomatic, isn’t it good for community immunity for some of these young folks to get it?
Sounds wrong when I reread it, but we have to build up some resistance somehow don’t we?
And in Alabama the students are having COVID parties to see who can test positive first. Quite a few football players got caught up in that, apparently.
Geez my generation is stupid...
There are studies being done to follow what the long term effects will be. We've all heard it turns the alveoli to mush making it harder and harder as you age and the elasticity in your lungs weakens to push out mucus and other fluids. There are some medical opinions that it affects internal organs long term as well. AND there's no guarantee you won't get it again or that you will build up an immunity to protect you long term...sort of like the flu.