Again, over 90% of the people who die from COVID-19 are elderly and chronically ill people who you will never see on the field or in the stands of a football stadium. For example, data from Minnesota shows that 80% of the deaths there were among residents of long-term care facilities, and 98% of the deaths were individuals with serious chronic health problems. And hopefully, such people at risk will choose to avoid being in large, close groups like football games. What do you think the mortality rate is for healthy people under 60? I have no problem with social distancing when practical and masks when practical.Jeez man just look at the numbers. Estimated mortality is somewhere over .05% from what I am seeing now, compared to the typical flu at about .01. By the time this settles down, and hopefully it does, we will be somewhere in that range more than likely. As I’ve said I don’t think we should shut down again but wearing masks and social distancing in public makes sense. How that will impact sports is something we will have to adjust to as things play out.