I appreciate the help with the word. Although I knew what it was just didn't have the brain cells functioning enough this morning to spell it. Also, it's already been noted that Ohio State has found that 15% of their athletes post covid have shown signs of myocarditis. In a D1 college athlete one can assume that they are health and active. Thus, this disease will leave long lasting affects on any person, not just the older or unhealthy group. Also, per the article you posted, it states that it affects children more so than older generation and men more than women. My point was that with only a year into this disease we have literally no idea how this disease will affect our bodies over 5/10/20+ years. No one is saying shut down the economy. All I said was we shouldn't be doing in person competitions since we have people that can't act responsibly during a pandemic. We have successfully done virtual competitions and I believe we should continue to do them. Especially since it's been proven that parents will send their kids to competitions with this disease. As a group, we really should be demanding better out of the organization that over sees this industry AND the company that heads most of the competitions we all go to.