Report: No Significant COVID-19 Community Spread After 1000+ High School Football Games

After over 1,000 high school football games have been played nationwide, there have been no major reports of COVID-19 spreading in the community from the sporting events, according to a report from

“ To our knowledge, there have been no reported cases of significant community spread following a high school football game,” Football Scoop reports.

Utah has been playing for over four weeks now, Alabama, Indiana, Tennessee and Alaska have been at it for over three weeks, and several other states have been playing for two weeks or more. There have been no public health concerns as a result of this, and other states are already reversing course as a result.

Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order reversing course on her ban of sporting events last week:

On Tuesday, Colorado officials announced that allowing high school sporting events to take place across the state is currently under consideration

“In recent weeks, we have seen reconsideration at the Association, school district and conference level regarding the resuming fall sports, especially football… We continue to work collaboratively with our state, health and educational officials. We’re monitoring information from other states to see if it’s applicable to reconsiderations in Colorado,” said Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green.

“I think there’s some opportunity to have a fall season for those who are ready,” Colorado Governor Jared Polis said. “As long as it doesn’t interfere with getting back to school, we would be thrilled to work with CHSAA if their board chooses to move in this direction tonight to approve a fall schedule for CHSAA-sanctioned football, to give our athletes a chance to compete.”

Big League Politics has reported on how the COVID-19 mass hysteria has lessened as the dire predictions of so-called public health experts do not come to pass:

Students at the University of North Georgia (UNG) are refusing to succumb to the mass hysteria from the COVID-19 pandemic. They held a large party last week that has caused the alarmists to become unhinged…

The same type of commentators who give Black Lives Matter rioters a pass when they gather en masse to destroy cities want these kids to be punished for daring to live their lives.

“The first day of classes at..University of North Georgia begins on already proving to be a COVID nightmare..before Day 1..There’s massive far as the eye can see, one’s distanced and no one’s wearing masks,” wrote Rutgers professor Richard E. Ebright in a Tweet.

“It is a choice dear students. You can have in-person classes, or you can have parties. You can’t have both. The choice is yours,” wrote University of Arkansas associate professor Stephen Caldwell in a Tweet.

The UNG’s executive director of communications, Sylvia Carson, is placating the fears of the cowards concerned because these young people had a good time.

“We are disappointed that many of our students chose to ignore COVID-19 public health guidance by congregating in a large group without social distancing or face coverings,” Carson said in a statement.

“The University of North Georgia continues to emphasize to our students and university community that everyone has an individual responsibility both on and off campus to follow guidance from the Georgia Department of Public Health and the CDC to prevent the spread of the virus,” she added.

This comes amidst the backdrop of a nationwide push to stop students from returning to school. Liberal activists are pushing fear propaganda relentlessly in an attempt to prevent pupils from returning to class.

The scamdemic has impeded normal life for too long. It is time for Americans to get off their knees and go back to living in a free society.

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