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Extreme, indoor games raise Covid hazard, CDC cautions, refering to 14 tainted at ice hockey game – DATA SOURCE HUB

According to a second report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), evidence has begun to show that emergency indoor games may add to the spread of COVID-19, which referred to a game of hockey that resulted in 14 infected people. . A persistent record, or an accepted source of contamination, showed fever, brushstroke, sore throat and brain pain the day after the June 16 game at Fla in Tampa Bay. According to the investigation. Two days later, a nasal swab confirmed the contamination, and 13 different players and ice arena workers have now protested.

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