It’s hard to fathom this still needs to be explained!
isufbcurt is just like those selfish church goers that keep going to church. It’s not about the other idiots you see at the needles event, it’s the person at the supermarket or nurse you put at risk.
I do think risk tolerance will have to increase due to our government’s failures. Testing and medical infrastructure will help, but we’ll likely need to accept we cannot get the curve low enough. The fortune will continue to shelter, the lucky survive infection as they carry out muted social-economic activity (not gathering at football games).
If things don’t improve dramatically, no way lawyers allow colleges to hold these events. Perhaps they can find enough players and coaches to have streaming only games, but we’ll see
selfish? I am fine with the social distancing measures in place right now and am fine with them for up to a few months. However, it's not a long term solution (5+ months down the road).
As far as the legal perspective, once the federal and state guidelines are pulled back then there isn't legal standing to sue for getting sick at an event. I hate to use influenza as an example but if someone catches influenza at an ISU event they won't successfully sue ISU because there is no guideline saying the large event shouldn't be held.