Harrisburg: We’re only a couple weeks away until schools will open up for the fall semester and there are still alot of questions that need to be asked. One of those questions is can high school sports be played safely.
On Thursday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf held his coronavirus press briefing and during the briefing, he would make a decision that caught alot of people off guard regarding High School Sports in the state
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Later in the day, Governor Wolf office would release the guidelines on why they recommend no high school sports until January 2021. One thing to take away from the guidelines posted below is that this does not apply to the NCAA & to professional sports.
The Health Commissioner for City of Philadelphia Dr Thomas Farley was asked about his reaction to what Governor Wolf recommends NO High School Sports Until January 1, 2021.
A lot of people are still processing what Governor Wolf said about his recommendation of not having any high school sports played in the fall 2020.
Other reaction to the news:
The PIAA will make their final decision on Friday August 7 on what Governor Wolf said on Thursday.
Stay tuned as additional updates & reaction comes in