It's approaching two months with no sports and sports fans are grasping at straws to stay sane. But with some states and countries relaxing stay-at-home orders, those puzzles, home Olympics and home projects may fall by the wayside.
Fans are starved for something normal. Sports bring joy to millions across the world. If we hope to recover from this horrific pandemic, sports need to come back if it's deemed safe by health organizations.
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I guess the dollar is more important than the human. People miss sports, seeing families, hanging out in public without fear, but that doesn't mean they should be rushing into anything that may result in a backslide. The world isn't rid of this illness yet and until it is gone, nothing, not even sports, should return to normal.
These athletes have families and loved ones. If one gets infected, the spread could be catastrophic, killing more people and delaying sports even longer. Why take a risk when you don't need to?
Sports will come back in due time, but rushing it now is not the answer.