How Empty Stadiums Proved Useful During the COVID-19 Pandemic



On March 11, sports in the United States came to terms with the arrival of the coronavirus. Amid the turmoil, sports teams and cities opened their empty facilities for assistance efforts. Because of their day-to-day experiences with traffic flow, crowd control and project management, arenas and stadiums proved practical as COVID-19 testing sites and food banks.


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