Report: Youth soccer club bans high-fives due to flu epidemic
NEW YORK (WTKR)— According to a recent report, the flu emergency has some people taking drastic precautions.
As CBS 2’s Steve Langford reported Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a public health emergency for the state of New York over the weekend, as the flu epidemic rocked the nation and hospitals and urgent care centers saw huge crowds.
And as the flu epidemic in the New York area drags on, some are suggesting drastic measures to avoid getting infected. The Manhattan Soccer Club has banned high-fiving and hand shaking at youth soccer games.
Do you think banning high fives and hand shaking at games is appropriate during flu season?
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