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Japan Fills Baseball Stadium To Test COVID Protection Measures In Race To Get Fans Back In The Stands

Total182 Japan allowed a full crowd into a Tokyo baseball stadium Friday as the nation began testing its COVID protection measures. It will continue testing for three consecutive days. The goal is to see how the nation’s detection measures work with a crowd of 32,000 in attendance who will inevitably react to the action on More

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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  1. Yeah, I’m a big proponent of dropping restrictions on attendance and letting fans determine if they want to attend or not. I haven’t heard of any outbreaks from football or baseball crowds. If someone is afraid of covid they won’t go, so the only people you’re preventing are those who are willing to accept the risk. These senseless restrictions crush our economy. To add to my frustration, when I go to Walmart or Costco and see many hundreds of people shopping together for without issue I’m wondering why we can’t do that everywhere? Are shopping centers naturally immune to covid or something? State leaders need to stop the hypochondriacs from setting regulations.

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