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Title: Health officials suspect wrestling events may have sparked COVID-19 outbreak at
Post by: Narwhal on February 17, 2021, 10:18:02 PM
https://www.mlive.com/news/flint/2021/02/health-officials-suspect-wrestling-events-may-have-sparked-covid-19-outbreak-at-lakeville-high-school.html

Health officials suspect wrestling events may have sparked COVID-19 outbreak at Lakeville High School
Title: Re: Health officials suspect wrestling events may have sparked COVID-19 outbreak at
Post by: TomM on February 19, 2021, 06:42:17 PM
Genesee County COVID-19 vaccination rate rises to 12.6 percent, additional testing planned at LakeVille after outbreak
https://www.mlive.com/news/flint/2021/02/genesee-county-covid-19-vaccination-rate-rises-to-126-percent-additional-testing-planned-at-lakeville-after-outbreak.html
Title: Re: Health officials suspect wrestling events may have sparked COVID-19 outbreak at
Post by: Narwhal on February 20, 2021, 05:56:25 PM
Health officials suspect a COVID-19 outbreak at LakeVille High School linked to out-of-state fight events


OTISVILLE, Mich. (WJRT) – LakeVille high school has been closed since February 10, when 12 students and about five staff tested positive for COVID-19.

Nine days later, that number is 23 students and seven staff.

Health officials suspect the first cases were linked to two out-of-state wrestling events: one in Wisconsin in late January and the other in Ohio in early January. February.

“Regarding a team to be able to say that it went like a school team, no. They left individually with their families. Mike Lytle said. Lytle is the Superintendent of LakeVille Community Schools.

Lytle says 20 of the 23 students who tested positive were somehow associated with the wrestling program.

At first, the high school had scheduled its in-person reopening for February 22, but as cases increased, health officials feared it was a more contagious variant.

Working closely with the county health department, Lytle sent a letter to the families, extending the return date to March 1.

“Yes, this is a difficult situation we face, but it was a relatively easy decision to do the right thing based on health…

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https://www.bollyinside.com/news/fashion-lifestyle/health-officials-suspect-a-covid-19-outbreak-at-lakeville-high-school-linked-to-out-of-state-fight-events/

Everyone has always told me there is no problem at wrestling tournaments.
Title: Re: Health officials suspect wrestling events may have sparked COVID-19 outbreak at
Post by: imnofish on February 20, 2021, 06:06:22 PM
”As far as a team to be able to say it went as a school team, no. They went as individuals with their families.” Mike Lytle said. Lytle is the the Superintendent of LakeVille Community Schools.

I wonder whether the virus was contracted on the mat, in the stands, or elsewhere.  Were the wrestlers infected first, or parents? 
Title: Re: Health officials suspect wrestling events may have sparked COVID-19 outbreak at
Post by: Narwhal on February 20, 2021, 09:32:58 PM
Health officials suspect LakeVille High School COVID-19 outbreak tied to out-of-state wrestling events

Says students and staff members tested positive. I'm sure all the parents and fans would get tested and report if they contracted anything, right? Or maybe there were no problems.

https://www.abc12.com/2021/02/20/health-officials-suspect-lakeville-high-school-covid-19-outbreak-tied-to-out-of-state-wrestling-events/