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SUSA Futsal Youth League • Boys & Girls U9-U18
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Larry Miller #748885 10/26/20 08:04 PM
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what other league is susa-albertson hosting this winter?

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How is AL-SUSA handling the air quality in the indoor facilities as we continue to deal with COVID-19? Typically there is very poor ventilation in these places with little to no exhaust fans and fresh air intake fans. Many clubs are concerned with going indoors due to the not so great air quality.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
How is AL-SUSA handling the air quality in the indoor facilities as we continue to deal with COVID-19? Typically there is very poor ventilation in these places with little to no exhaust fans and fresh air intake fans. Many clubs are concerned with going indoors due to the not so great air quality.

If you have to ask stay home, lol semi jk but seriously

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How is AL-SUSA handling the air quality in the indoor facilities as we continue to deal with COVID-19? Typically there is very poor ventilation in these places with little to no exhaust fans and fresh air intake fans. Many clubs are concerned with going indoors due to the not so great air quality.

If you have to ask stay home, lol semi jk but seriously

Obviously you are impervious to illness but it is a serious question and many people have asked it, including Al-SUSA people. Don't be so flippant about it and try giving an intelligent answer. That's if you can even think of one.

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How is AL-SUSA handling the air quality in the indoor facilities as we continue to deal with COVID-19? Typically there is very poor ventilation in these places with little to no exhaust fans and fresh air intake fans. Many clubs are concerned with going indoors due to the not so great air quality.

If you have to ask stay home, lol semi jk but seriously

Obviously you are impervious to illness but it is a serious question and many people have asked it, including Al-SUSA people. Don't be so flippant about it and try giving an intelligent answer. That's if you can even think of one.

They will keep the doors open

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How is AL-SUSA handling the air quality in the indoor facilities as we continue to deal with COVID-19? Typically there is very poor ventilation in these places with little to no exhaust fans and fresh air intake fans. Many clubs are concerned with going indoors due to the not so great air quality.

If you have to ask stay home, lol semi jk but seriously

Obviously you are impervious to illness but it is a serious question and many people have asked it, including Al-SUSA people. Don't be so flippant about it and try giving an intelligent answer. That's if you can even think of one.

They will keep the doors open

Oh, so the bubble collapses on everyone? Typical dumb response. Even though SUSA has bigger indoor facilities, if there is a poor air exchange rate, the venues become high risk.

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Anonymous #749446 11/13/20 09:28 AM
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Parents can’t be that stupid to put their kids in an indoor competitive environment with these latest spikes

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Parents can’t be that stupid to put their kids in an indoor competitive environment with these latest spikes

Guess you hibernate every flu season, children are more prone to flu than COVID

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Parents can’t be that stupid to put their kids in an indoor competitive environment with these latest spikes

Oh but they are. There's probably more QAnon Anti-Vaxxers Covid Hoaxers in LI than Alabama right now. Maybe if the science doesn't convince them the economics will: You are likely to lose your $ if you pay for indoor training this winter - They will all be shut down in a few weeks.

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Parents can’t be that stupid to put their kids in an indoor competitive environment with these latest spikes

Guess you hibernate every flu season, children are more prone to flu than COVID

This is likely true. However, being that both have similar symptoms and if the child has mild symptoms, parents aren't likely to get their kid tested. Regardless, if the child has the flu they should not be playing anyway so they don't spread the flu to their team and the opponent.

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Larry Miller #749520 11/16/20 02:18 PM
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NJ shut down all indoor sports facilities. Said the air circulation and ventalation was almost zero. Bubbles are air tight, that's what keeps them inflated. No indoor soccer or lacrosse. They even shut down the warehouses which have some air circulation, wasn't enough

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NJ shut down all indoor sports facilities. Said the air circulation and ventalation was almost zero. Bubbles are air tight, that's what keeps them inflated. No indoor soccer or lacrosse. They even shut down the warehouses which have some air circulation, wasn't enough

You literally made this all up. Totally false. Nj did not such thing as of yet and still has indoor sports as an exception to the 10 people gathering rule. Indoor sports are still allowed at this moment for teams coaches refs but may exclude any spectators in NJ. Only thing nj shut down is interstate play

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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NJ shut down all indoor sports facilities. Said the air circulation and ventalation was almost zero. Bubbles are air tight, that's what keeps them inflated. No indoor soccer or lacrosse. They even shut down the warehouses which have some air circulation, wasn't enough

You literally made this all up. Totally false. Nj did not such thing as of yet and still has indoor sports as an exception to the 10 people gathering rule. Indoor sports are still allowed at this moment for teams coaches refs but may exclude any spectators in NJ. Only thing nj shut down is interstate play

https://covid19.nj.gov/faqs/nj-info...afety-requirements-for-sports-facilities

"All indoor practices and competitions are limited to 10 people. However, if the number of individuals who are necessary for practice or competition, such as players, coaches, and referees, exceeds 10, the practice or competition may proceed if no unnecessary individuals such as spectators are present."

This is going to start triggering risk management issues. Coaches alone with the kids? Kids going to restrooms by themselves? And what happens if a kid gets injured and there are no parents in the facility?

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Larry Miller #749551 11/17/20 10:17 AM
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No indoors how can they be

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Larry Miller #749592 11/18/20 09:20 AM
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Bad idea this year.
SO many reasons. We all know what they are.

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Bad idea this year.
SO many reasons. We all know what they are.

You live in a bubble why be afraid to play in one?

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SUSA is not going to do anything to provide the proper ventilation. I just don’t understand how you can run indoor leagues when the maximum number of people in an indoor place is 10. Not a good time to put anyone at risk as the 2nd wave is approaching.

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SUSA is not going to do anything to provide the proper ventilation. I just don’t understand how you can run indoor leagues when the maximum number of people in an indoor place is 10. Not a good time to put anyone at risk as the 2nd wave is approaching.


Beware of KING CUOMO

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SUSA is not going to do anything to provide the proper ventilation. I just don’t understand how you can run indoor leagues when the maximum number of people in an indoor place is 10. Not a good time to put anyone at risk as the 2nd wave is approaching.

Did you hear the sky is falling?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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SUSA is not going to do anything to provide the proper ventilation. I just don’t understand how you can run indoor leagues when the maximum number of people in an indoor place is 10. Not a good time to put anyone at risk as the 2nd wave is approaching.

Did you hear the sky is falling?

No, I did not. At what velocity, so I know whether or not to worry about the 2nd wave?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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SUSA is not going to do anything to provide the proper ventilation. I just don’t understand how you can run indoor leagues when the maximum number of people in an indoor place is 10. Not a good time to put anyone at risk as the 2nd wave is approaching.

Did you hear the sky is falling?

No, I did not. At what velocity, so I know whether or not to worry about the 2nd wave?

Most virus have their season, this one chose to ride the waves surfs up!

Ps the media will tell us at what velocity until the next hot story comes their way, fear nothing but fear itself.

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