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    Low dosage of vitamins d helps cut down respatory infection by fifty percent. Ten to twenty micrograms per day.

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    I am not a pharmasuetical rep. But want healthy.

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      https://youtu.be/gmqgGwT6bw0

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        Originally posted by BlackI View Post
        Low dosage of vitamins d helps cut down respatory infection by fifty percent. Ten to twenty micrograms per day.
        Because we always take medical advice from a drunken troll.
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          Originally posted by theprofromdover View Post
          Because we always take medical advice from a drunken troll.
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            But while we're on the subject....is the NCAA going to make a statement soon about the tournament? I heard something somewhere (accurate, I know!) that they were thinking of playing the Final Four with no fans. Assuming they're also looking into the Frozen Four. And the Regionals. But no one goes to those these days so that might not be an issue.

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              Originally posted by BlackI View Post
              Low dosage of vitamins d helps cut down respatory infection by fifty percent. Ten to twenty micrograms per day.
              this is actually true. good advice BlackI
              ..er drunk or not.
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                Originally posted by Scarlet View Post
                But while we're on the subject....is the NCAA going to make a statement soon about the tournament? I heard something somewhere (accurate, I know!) that they were thinking of playing the Final Four with no fans. Assuming they're also looking into the Frozen Four. And the Regionals. But no one goes to those these days so that might not be an issue.
                An NCCA Hockey Regional is the safest place to be! *rim shot*.
                It Happened!!!!

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                  Originally posted by Scarlet View Post
                  But while we're on the subject....is the NCAA going to make a statement soon about the tournament? I heard something somewhere (accurate, I know!) that they were thinking of playing the Final Four with no fans. Assuming they're also looking into the Frozen Four. And the Regionals. But no one goes to those these days so that might not be an issue.
                  Here is the statement the NCAA put out Tuesday regarding what it is doing. Italy has banned all fans from major sporting events until 3 April.

                  BU and Lowell played a game without fans in 1985 due to a measles outbreak on the BU campus by order of the Massachusetts Department of Health. Then in 1990 there was a measles outbreak on the campus of Maine that impacted Hockeyfest, the combined Hockey East/ECAC championships. Hockey East dropped out and played their semifinals and final on campus sites. The state of Maine's health department placed no restrictions on the BU-Maine game held at Alfond, while, if I recall correctly, Massachusett's only allowed fans over 30 to attend the BC-Maine championship game.

                  So, besides the NCAA, both local, state and national health officials could get involved in determining whether or not to allow fans to attend.

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                    Originally posted by Scarlet View Post
                    But while we're on the subject....is the NCAA going to make a statement soon about the tournament? I heard something somewhere (accurate, I know!) that they were thinking of playing the Final Four with no fans. Assuming they're also looking into the Frozen Four. And the Regionals. But no one goes to those these days so that might not be an issue.
                    Let's assume that the NCAA undertakes the step of conducting the tournament in empty arenas.

                    Why then will this weekend's games be played with fans in attendance? Why aren't NHL and NBA games being played in empty arenas?

                    Please understand, that I'm not making any judgement on whether these events should be played in full or empty arenas. But why some events and not others?
                    if you walk with Jesus, he's gonna save your soul, you gotta keep the devil way down in the hole

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                      Covfefe

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by Sean Pickett View Post
                        ...

                        So, besides the NCAA, both local, state and national health officials could get involved in determining whether or not to allow fans to attend.

                        Sean
                        Absolutely. In the case of Albany, NY - which is hosting regionals for both hoop and hockey this year - the arena is owned and operated by the county, so they will definitely have a say in the decisions, should local cases emerge. Given that the county is largely broke, I'm sure they'll take every opportunity to see to it that the events go on as planned.
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                          Originally posted by buoldtimer View Post
                          Let's assume that the NCAA undertakes the step of conducting the tournament in empty arenas.

                          Why then will this weekend's games be played with fans in attendance? Why aren't NHL and NBA games being played in empty arenas?

                          Please understand, that I'm not making any judgement on whether these events should be played in full or empty arenas. But why some events and not others?
                          Because the Regionals and Frozen Four are NCAA events. It's their call (or possibly the city and arenas where they will be played). Games this weekend are school events. BU could say no one comes to this Saturday's game, like all those years ago when there was a measles outbreak. And it will be up to individual teams and the facilities they play in. I have Opening Day tickets. Will the Red Sox tell everyone to stay home? They could.

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                            10 maybe 15 years ago they talked about not letting fans into Alfond without proof of Measles vaccine. Never happened though.
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                              Originally posted by Sean Pickett View Post
                              Here is the statement the NCAA put out Tuesday regarding what it is doing. Italy has banned all fans from major sporting events until 3 April.

                              BU and Lowell played a game without fans in 1985 due to a measles outbreak on the BU campus by order of the Massachusetts Department of Health. Then in 1990 there was a measles outbreak on the campus of Maine that impacted Hockeyfest, the combined Hockey East/ECAC championships. Hockey East dropped out and played their semifinals and final on campus sites. The state of Maine's health department placed no restrictions on the BU-Maine game held at Alfond, while, if I recall correctly, Massachusett's only allowed fans over 30 to attend the BC-Maine championship game.

                              So, besides the NCAA, both local, state and national health officials could get involved in determining whether or not to allow fans to attend.

                              Sean
                              A Colby-Bowdoin game was once played without fans. But that's because that extreme rivalry got so bad, they were so concerned that particular year a European soccer game was going to break out at a college hockey game, they banned the fans from the game -- only proven family members were allowed to attend.
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