Sunday, September 20, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs Fans Skip Coronavirus Testing Bad Theater

Football report that offers a glimpse at the COVID-19 season and one more aspect of front office hype. Read more:

Chiefs fan allowed into box seat without negative virus test

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Kansas City Chiefs fan who tested positive for COVID-19 one day after attending the season opener was allowed into an open-air field box in the stadium's lower level without a negative test through a lapse in protocol, health officials say.


Anonymous said...

Who cares, he was separate from everybody else and out doors, Jesus Christ fake dr Rex and bald man bad, calm the hell down.

Anonymous said...


"Kansas City Health Department spokesman Bill Snook said the agency is working with the Chiefs, who are responsible for the testing, to strengthen the protocol."

Not even a slap on the wrist for the Texas billionaire-owned Chiefs? How much did you get Rex?

Contrast that with fake-Dr. Archer's heavy-handed tactics to close a small business:

"Kansas City Health Department shuts down Westport Ale House over COVID-19 outbreak"

Anonymous said...

Oh, the humanity!! We're all going to die.... at least until after the election.

Anonymous said...

^^^ lulz!

I’m in my fifties and had it, body aches, slight temp, short of breath when walking too far and loss of taste and smell.... for three days. Didn’t feel like anything worse than a mild to moderate case of the cold or even bad allergies. The worst part of all this is having to stay home for two weeks. Seriously people lighten the fuck up.

Anonymous said...

Of course, mom and dad died, but I'm gonna be fine.

Anonymous said...

12:28-same. Low grade fever. Mild flu and gone. But, “we’re all gonna die if we get it!” What a fucking joke. Every Libtard I know is still in their basement though. Soon, they will have missed an entire year of their lives. Sad thing is, our large family is betting the scaredy cats won’t be included in Thanksgiving get together.

Anonymous said...

Yeah.....that’s the ticket!

Tommy Finnegan

Anonymous said...

do you have to have a "negative test"? really? usually they say, after a certain amount of time passes after you have gotten better, t hen you can resume activities. asking for "a negative test" isn't really common in other mandatory reportable illnesses. requiring that second negative test as a policy may have the bad effect of creating scarcity of tests.