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Exclamation SCHD - Looking to reduce mandate - Now 6ft
The Shelby County Health Department is currently having their press release. The guy just said that if things go well, next week they'll issue a new directive #13.  They said they were looking at reducing the outdoor required distance (for football) from 12 ft, but he wouldn't commit to how much.
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If we do not do something stupid we have seen the curve flatten out. If we can continue as we have we will see the numbers drop soon.

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RE: Shelby County Health Department - Looking to reduce 12ft mandate
Haushalter was asked specifically about sports venue seating capacity, and she said that they had previously said they would look at restaurants (which they just addressed), but then would address seating capacity. She said they reduced indoor from 18 to 12 ft, but didn't mention outdoors.
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(10-01-2020 12:27 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  If we do not do something stupid we have seen the curve flatten out. If we can continue as we have we will see the numbers drop soon.

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I'm looking for a similar curve for Shelby County...
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(10-01-2020 12:27 PM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  If we do not do something stupid we have seen the curve flatten out. If we can continue as we have we will see the numbers drop soon.

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If you look at the State of Tennessee as a whole (because I can't find similar numbers for Shelby County), we flattened that curve in July.

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In case you're curious, the Dept of Health caused that drop by starting to mark people as recovered/inactive starting 14 days after their symptoms started. They were previously using 21 days. If you retroactively apply those numbers, that giant jump was far smaller than that.

https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2020/09/0...us-deaths/
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RE: Shelby County Health Department - Looking to reduce 12ft mandate
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - A Tennessee lawmaker wants to limit the authority of the six metropolitan health departments across the state, including the Shelby County Health Department.

A spokesperson for Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton says the speaker believes these health departments, which have their own authority and issue their own health directives independently from the state, have too much control.

https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2020/10/0...partments/
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RE: Shelby County Health Department - Looking to reduce 12ft mandate
The goal should be for all season ticket holders to be able to attend. Those that paid for this season--- and those that deferred, who would be given preference for buying tickets--- should be able to go. The crowd would likely be about 12k, which aligns with the 1/4th capacity (minimum) you're seeing everywhere else.
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(10-01-2020 03:12 PM)MtownTigers916 Wrote:  The goal should be for all season ticket holders to be able to attend. Those that paid for this season--- and those that deferred, who would be given preference for buying tickets--- should be able to go. The crowd would likely be about 12k, which aligns with the 1/4th capacity (minimum) you're seeing everywhere else.

Except Mississippi just raised the limit to 50% I believe...

Nope, I was wrong. It's still 25% for college, but 50% for high school. :-/
https://www.sunherald.com/sports/high-sc...24635.html

The high school crowds will be "encouraged" to wear masks as they enter and leave the stadium, but not during the game.
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RE: Shelby County Health Department - Looking to reduce 12ft mandate
Here is the Daily Memphian recap of what I mentioned in the original post.

https://dailymemphian.com/section/metro/...-next-week

Quote:With continuing downward trends in cases and other COVID-19 metrics, the Shelby County Health Department expects to loosen restrictions even more early next week.

One of the most likely changes will be to allow more spectators at indoor and outdoor events. Currently, spectators have to keep 12 feet of distance.

“We are looking closely at our data to make some adjustments,” said Dr. Bruce Randolph, health department medical officer.
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RE: Shelby County Health Department - Looking to reduce 12ft mandate
mississippi juco football starts tonight

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I finally found the Shelby County numbers. OPEN US UP.

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https://shelbycountytn.gov/3636/COVID19
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So if people give the U of M money for season tix this year that they won't receive, and the amount is credited to next season, and they do this so the athletic department has $$ to use this season, how will the athletic department function next season when there are no new $$ coming in?
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(10-02-2020 03:14 PM)mapdude Wrote:  So if people give the U of M money for season tix this year that they won't receive, and the amount is credited to next season, and they do this so the athletic department has $$ to use this season, how will the athletic department function next season when there are no new $$ coming in?

It only defers some of the pain to next year, unfortunately.
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(10-02-2020 03:14 PM)mapdude Wrote:  So if people give the U of M money for season tix this year that they won't receive, and the amount is credited to next season, and they do this so the athletic department has $$ to use this season, how will the athletic department function next season when there are no new $$ coming in?

for basketball, even though you bought season tickets

you will have to purchase tickets again to attend this year games

probably should have done the same thing with football
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(10-02-2020 04:10 PM)Unionman76 Wrote:  
(10-02-2020 03:14 PM)mapdude Wrote:  So if people give the U of M money for season tix this year that they won't receive, and the amount is credited to next season, and they do this so the athletic department has $$ to use this season, how will the athletic department function next season when there are no new $$ coming in?

for basketball, even though you bought season tickets

you will have to purchase tickets again to attend this year games

probably should have done the same thing with football

They're also losing the donation money from this year (or postponing the loss until next year), which is significant.
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Too bad they can't set up HD cameras at prime locations courtside, and sell the programming on a season ticket basis.
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(10-02-2020 02:46 PM)aardWolf Wrote:  I finally found the Shelby County numbers. OPEN US UP.

https://shelbycountytn.gov/3636/COVID19

that should be decided by professionals, not keyboard jockeys.
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(10-05-2020 08:59 AM)UofMemphis Wrote:  
(10-02-2020 02:46 PM)aardWolf Wrote:  I finally found the Shelby County numbers. OPEN US UP.

https://shelbycountytn.gov/3636/COVID19

that should be decided by professionals, not keyboard jockeys.

If the "professionals" don't start doing their job responsibly, the Governor is going to remove their power.
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(10-05-2020 09:03 AM)aardWolf Wrote:  
(10-05-2020 08:59 AM)UofMemphis Wrote:  
(10-02-2020 02:46 PM)aardWolf Wrote:  I finally found the Shelby County numbers. OPEN US UP.

https://shelbycountytn.gov/3636/COVID19

that should be decided by professionals, not keyboard jockeys.

If the "professionals" don't start doing their job responsibly, the Governor is going to remove their power.

oh goodie...we get a dictator! que the celebration...[/rollseyes]
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