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How a Florida hockey game became a COVID-19 ‘superspreader’ event – Yahoo News

The game, which took place on June 16, did not lead to any hospitalizations or deaths. But it does represent one of the few documented instances of viral…

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WASHINGTON More than a dozen people were infected with the coronavirus after a recreational hockey game in Tampa, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study published on Thursday. The game, which took place on June 16, did not lead to any hospitalizations or deaths. But it does represent one of the few documented instances of viral spread stemming from an athletic event.
The players did not wear face masks, which likely contributed to their becoming infected.
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