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Date Posted: 14:59:28 08/09/20 Sun
In reply to: MA dance mom 's message, "I love RI but MA was right to remove it from the list. RI has been allowing their numbers to climb without doing much about it. MA numbers started to climb again so measures had to be taken. As for the O, it's" on 13:28:35 08/09/20 Sun
and in the rest of the NE...what is the difference between that and a modified O? If Proper indoor measures are taken: masks required for dancers when not dancing and for all spectators at all times- potentially a 1:1 ratio for dancers, staggered times for comps- as well as physical distancing clearly defined - why can't NH enjoy something that is both safe and good for a lagging economy?
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|[> [> [> [> Subject: Not sure where you are but there is no indication that schools all over NE are opening next month as you state. I'm in MA where most school systems have not yet announced their Fall plan, but the ones who have are almost all announcing they'll be online only, with a few who are doing a hybrid model with half the kids at school Mon & Tues and half Thurs & Fri. That sounds very different from an Oireachtas to me! The O draws a couple thousand people every year.|
let's use facts
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Date Posted: 16:05:24 08/09/20 Sun
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