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  • #16
    Originally posted by donley2 View Post
    On a slightly related topic, it appears no tickets are being sold for West Regionals at TxAm, but they are selling tickets for East Regional at UNFlorida. Given seating is 9400 at UNF versus 2200 at TxAM, maybe that is not a surprise.
    Jax will have . . . maybe . . . 1000 there - and 700 will be family!

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    • #17
      17,466 Lane residents need to get vaccinated for county to hit goal


      Five Oregon counties have vaccinated enough residents to permanently move to the state’s lowest level of COVID-19 restrictions on Friday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday.

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      • #18
        Individual counties can move to the lowest level of restrictions when 65% of residents age 16 and older are vaccinated, but must first submit a plan to close vaccine equity gaps.

        In Lane County, 59.6% of those 16 and older have received at least one dose,

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        • #19
          Meanwhile...

          Coronavirus updates Monday: Oregon to allow 'vaccinated sections' at arenas, other venues


          OHA will update its guidance for lower risk counties this week to reflect the following changes:
          • Vaccinated sections with no physical distancing or capacity limits will be allowed for fully vaccinated individuals age 16 and older who provide verification of their vaccination status.

          https://www.registerguard.com/story/...ns/7418603002/

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
            Individual counties can move to the lowest level of restrictions when 65% of residents age 16 and older are vaccinated, but must first submit a plan to close vaccine equity gaps.

            In Lane County, 59.6% of those 16 and older have received at least one dose,
            Sonoma County currently has 73.3% of age 16+ vaccinated (59.8% fully - 13.5% partially). Casa Grande HS here in Petaluma, 2 blocks from my house, is ready and able to host the NCAAs should Eugene continue to have problems.
            Last edited by J Rorick; 05-24-2021, 10:53 PM.

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            • #21
              The meet is going on....how many spectators are allowed is something else but Lane County will be on low level by then.

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