NCAA Officially Bans Fans From Attending March Madness
The NCAA has banned fans from attending March Madness games because of concerns about the coronavirus.
They released a statement this afternoon and said the decision was based on information about the coronavirus and suggestions from the advisory panel.
— Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) March 11, 2020
There’s a chance this entire thing could still get shut down:
— Chris Hassel (@Hassel_Chris) March 11, 2020
Twitter jumps in:
Soft. We’re lucky we are in America, where we get the right to choose. We should be able to exercise that right, not let the NCAA dictate our decisions
— Andrew K (@AndrewK06823860) March 11, 2020
I mean what its impacted 3 out of every one million people living in the United States…might as well shut everything down.
— Ryan (@Rmac_15) March 11, 2020
This is nothing more than a move based on paranoia and panic. The NCAA is going to lose a ton of fans over this!
— Michael Shane Bell (@Mikeyb20162017) March 11, 2020
— Aralynn and Mommy🏃🏽♀️🏃🏼♀️ (@AralynnsMomma) March 11, 2020
This is the worst decision in the history of bad decisions. Everyone knows the risks by now of the virus. You could take temperatures of fans like the to in Japan at immigration. Older fans could choose to stay away. How sad will this be for the winning team.
— Jonathan Schimmels (@ERPJon) March 11, 2020
Complete over reaction on a national level. More people during the duration of the NCAA Tournament will die in auto accidents then the whole year in USA of China Virus.
— Rome (@RomeDeano) March 11, 2020
When are we shutting down groceries store and every restaurant? Like really? Way to overreact to this
— Bolts ⚡️ (@BoltsThunderx) March 11, 2020