Today’s read is from Gabe Kaminsky, an intern at The Federalist, and a student at the University of Pittsburgh. Here’s an excerpt:
On Friday the Biden administration released an “Operational Strategy for K-12 Schools through Phased Mitigation” plan that will leave about 83 percent of counties closed for sports and extracurricular activities.
That amounts to 2,599 out of 3,138 counties.
The plan divides counties into statuses: blue for “low,” yellow for “moderate,” orange for “substantial,” and red for “high.” In the high red transmission category, “sports and extracurricular activities are virtual only.”
In other words, student athletes can kiss organized sports goodbye for the time being.
Read the entire column here.