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The NBA has its Magic Kingdom arena bubble in Orlando.  They will join the fray within the next two weeks without fans.

Major League Baseball (MLB) will make its return.  NIH’s very own Dr. Anthony Fauci will toss out the first pitch in Washington DC.  Will he be wearing his now famous Washington Nationals face mask?
Yeah, NASCAR, the WWE, the PBA, the PGA, professional volleyball and soccer leagues both here and across the “pond” are now finding some wiggle room to perform live.  All attempts are just that, attempts at recreating what once was, so that now at least those sporting venues can be used surrounded by a visible void of fans.[url=]Kansas City Chiefs Face Masks[/url]

The NFL issued new guidance Monday for its operations amid the coronavirus pandemic, most notably making it a requirement for players to wear masks on the sideline unless they have their helmet on and are preparing to enter the game.
Players who "are not substituting or preparing to enter the field of play and are not wearing their helmets will be required to wear a mask or double-layered gaiter" while on the sideline, according to a memo sent to teams.
Clubs are required to enforce the mask rules, and the memo adds: "Violations by players and/or staff will result in accountability measures being imposed by the club." The league recommends each team designate one or two staff members to ensure compliance on the sideline.
Access to club facilities has been reduced. A total of 70 people can be designated as essential football personnel. Another 25 can be named essential support personnel but can have no contact or interaction with essential football personnel. Up to five medical service employees can be designated for access.
Confirmed positive tests among NFL players and staff have increased alongside the rise in community spread across the country. A total of 108 tests have returned positive in the past two testing periods, compared to 146 in the previous 11 periods.[url=]NFC Teams Face Masks[/url]


Starting Nov. 30, access to a team’s training facility will be limited to essential football and support personnel during the times players and coaches are present.[url=]NFL Face Coverings Sales[/url]