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(Oregon Live)   Covid cases, hospitalizations soaring in Oregon so WHY NOT remove restrictions on indoor full-contact sports?   ( divider line
    More: Facepalm, Hospital, Public health, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, hardest hit counties, Oregon Health Authority, Average, Death, County risk levels  
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231 clicks; posted to Sports » on 21 Apr 2021 at 4:35 PM (3 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-04-21 3:16:40 PM  
Depends on the sport. Full-contact lawn darts, played with vaccine-filled syringes? Maybe.
2021-04-21 3:45:53 PM  
Why not, said Nurgle

These pro-covid bioterrorists should all be put in prison if not six feet under. They are literally cheering for a virus to kill as many people as possible because reasons.
2021-04-21 3:54:38 PM  
Baker, Clackamas, Columbia, Crook, Deschutes, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, Linn, Marion and Polk.

No surprise there.
2021-04-21 4:16:11 PM  
We've got like 300 yards left in this marathon; might as kick back, smoke a pack of cigarettes, start French kissing any barnyard animals that wander by, and start a blog.
2021-04-21 4:23:04 PM  
TFAThe death toll previously stood at 2,460, but on Tuesday the Oregon Health Authority said it had mistakenly reported on April 7 that a 48-year-old man from Union County had died when he had not.

Well, at least there's some good news.
2021-04-21 9:46:50 PM  
Jeesh, it's almost like every state that is ran by democrats is having increases. hmmmmmm
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