NonProfitCow wrote:OleMissCub wrote:jersey cubs fan wrote:Suggesting players are safer under the care of the people who control college football is next level stupidity.
Doubling down, eh? Who is safer:
Student A: tested 4 times a week and is around actual doctors every single day of the week. If he tests positive he is placed under strict monitored quarantine by the school for 14 days.
Student B: 0 tests ever. Only sees a doctor every few months to get their adderall refilled. Goes to the bars at night. Never wears his mask because Covid is a hoax. If he feels sick it’s not Covid, it’s just a cold. Goes to the bars.
You’re so right, it’s definitely Student B.
You seem to have left out lots of other possible student scenarios for some reason.
Are there any other scenarios where students are tested 4 times a week, have daily access to multiple doctors, and if they test positive have an authority that forces them to quarantine and oversees that they strictly comply with that quarantine?
Honest to Christ, I’m very curious to know what agenda you people have that is making you fight this obvious truth so vociferously.
An average college football player is far safer from Covid than the average college student. Period.