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NBC Sports 21 May 2020

No fans in stadiums could result in $5.5 billion loss for NFL


Empty stadiums could mean a $5.5 billion loss for the NFL, but Mike Florio and Chris Simms say that the league would never let that happen.

The Wall Street Journal reports "health experts now believe nearly one in three patients who are infected are nevertheless getting a negative test result." Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, an infectious diseases physician and the medical director of the Special Pathogens Unit at the Boston University School of Medicine, explains why people may be getting "false negatives" in their test results.
Mike Greenberg, Booger McFarland, Paul Finebaum and Laura Rutledge discuss the possibilities of college football playing with no fans or having a spring season.

Prof Stefano Merigliano led one of the earliest coronavirus contact tracing operations in Northern Italy. He tells Sky how it could work in the UK.
There are now 9,000 patients with coronavirus in hospitals across England. A quarter of doctors are ill or self isolating. The new Nightingale Hospital in east London will begin taking its first 500 patients this week and will soon have room for 4,000. The government's chief scientific adviser says the number of infections and deaths will continue to rise over the next two to three weeks. Fiona Bruce presents BBC News at Ten reports from Health Editor Hugh Pym and Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg.

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