Clabo’s Dabo Swinney is believed to have traveled on a private plane for vacation during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Clemson’s coach Dabo Swinney believes the coronavirus (COVID-19) will not pose a threat to college football. It doesn’t matter that she has already forced the cancellation or postponement of commodities such as March Madness, the NBA, the Masters and Wimbledon, among others.





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The Tigers’ coach said so in a recent interview with CBS’s Dennis Dodd when he said that America “will get up and kick this thing in the teeth”.

Perhaps that’s why the National Coach’s double coach felt comfortable enough to travel by private plane to his family vacation home in Florida – and can do it again for Easter. From Dodd’s article:

“The coach also noted that his family had once traveled to Florida on a private plane for vacation and may do so next week for Easter. “The plane was sanitized,” he said. We have no concerns. “”

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It should be noted that South Carolina is one of nine states in the United States not to have issued a shelter order on the spot, and it is not specified in the article if Swinney surrendered in Florida before the state issues a house arrest warrant on Wednesday. That said, it was widely accepted that everyone should limit their non-essential travel and maintain social distance to limit the potential spread of COVID-19 and ease the pressure on hospitals inundated with patients.

Given the recent shelter order in Florida, it seems unwise for Swinney to follow up on any potential vacation plans there, whether or not his transportation is sanitized.

This is the kind of action that people must take in this unprecedented pandemic. Otherwise, Swinney’s statement that America will beat COVID-19 in time for the 2020 college football season will have no teeth at all.

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a sign on the side of a building: the sign on the progressive field, home of the Cleveland Indians, has been modified to indicate that the opening day of the Major League Baseball is now suspended. The Mid-American Conference basketball tournament, which was to be held next to the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, was canceled along with the NCAA tournament and most professional sporting events to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.

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