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Suffolk Department of Health Gives High-Risk Sports The Go-Ahead To Resume

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High risk sports may resume in New York State on February 1, officials said this week.

High risk sports may resume in New York State on February 1, officials said this week.

Section XI Executive Director Tom Combs discusses how happy he is to see student-athletes in school districts that play sports deemed high-risk by the state being given approval to practice and compete at a press conference at Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown January 25.

Section XI Executive Director Tom Combs discusses how happy he is to see student-athletes in school districts that play sports deemed high-risk by the state being given approval to practice and compete at a press conference at Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown January 25.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone discusses the Suffolk County Department of Health Services' guidelines for allowing high-risk sports to resume in and outside of schools at a press conference at Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown January 25.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone discusses the Suffolk County Department of Health Services' guidelines for allowing high-risk sports to resume in and outside of schools at a press conference at Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown January 25.

High risk sports like basketball are set to resume next month.   EXPRESS FILE

High risk sports like basketball are set to resume next month. EXPRESS FILE

High-risk sports like wrestling are set to resume next month.   EXPRESS FILE

High-risk sports like wrestling are set to resume next month. EXPRESS FILE

High risk sports like wrestling are set to resume next month.   EXPRESS FILE

High risk sports like wrestling are set to resume next month. EXPRESS FILE

High risk sports like basketball are set to resume next month.   EXPRESS FILE

High risk sports like basketball are set to resume next month. EXPRESS FILE

Desirée Keegan on Jan 22, 2021
It’s official, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has, effective February 1, approved the resumption of high-risk sports and recreational activities. “We will be able to have those high-risk... more

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