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Basketball: Baltimore university bans spectators from games over coronavirus

Basketball: Baltimore university bans spectators from games over coronavirus

(Reuters) - Johns Hopkins University has barred spectators from attending the NCAA Division III men’s basketball tournament it is hosting this week because of recently confirmed cases of coronavirus in Maryland, it said on Friday. The Baltimore-based university is hosting the first two rounds of the tournament but decided spectators would not be permitted

Yeshiva U team: Hotel cancels reservation over virus fears

Yeshiva U team: Hotel cancels reservation over virus fears

close Video Scientists say there are 2 major strains of coronavirus What does this mean for combating the disease? Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel weighs in. A hotel in a Baltimore suburb on Thursday canceled the reservation of the Yeshiva University men's basketball team over fears of novel coronavirus , the coach of the Maccabees told

An NCAA Tournament with empty arenas? It can't be ruled out

An NCAA Tournament with empty arenas? It can't be ruled out

close Video Dr. Marc Siegel says public health officials believe there are hundreds of undiagnosed coronavirus cases in US Researchers believe the coronavirus may have been circulating undetected for weeks in Washington state; insight from Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel. Imagine an NCAA Tournament with no fans in the arenas. What normally