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Fall Out Boy Missing Two Tour Dates

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Aug 4, 2021.

  1. Melody Bot

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    Fall Out Boy have pulled out of two Hella Mega tour dates due to an “abundance of caution” after a tour member tested positive for Covid-19.


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  2. Now:Navigate!

    fair Supporter

    Well that definitely sucks. I'll be there but I'm not at all thrilled.
  3. Eml182


    Thanks Florida.
    falafelmywaffle likes this.
  4. AMC


    How dumb
  5. Brent

    Destroy What You Create Prestigious

  6. Former Planets

    Aaaachem! Supporter

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  7. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    Couldn't they just get tested and isolate themselves? I'm not sure how it works in America if there are more cases.
  8. heymattrick

    Denver, CO

    If someone on their team got exposed and tested positive, it puts everybody around them in their “bubble” at potential risk. It would take a few days to know if anyone else would test positive, hence them pulling out of these two shows, to see if anyone else tests positive during that time.
  9. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    Thanks for the info! I'm trying to figure out why some countries only need you to have a test valid from before 72h up to an event (a flight for example), and others require two tests, one more that would date back 5 days prior to another (or something like that). Of course that's good they're avoiding any danger with that.
  10. heymattrick

    Denver, CO

    To be frank, the negative tests are simply not an accurate read for entry to an event. It’s only a snapshot in time. You could be exposed to COVID today, test negative tomorrow, and become infected the day after that, and still have spread the virus even though you tested negative.
  11. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    Exactly, quite the same to my mind - although from what I've read the virus doesn't really transmit in before like a few days in your body, so that's why the double testing with the one being valid only for 72h and another from 5 days before - that seems to work. It's all difficult to grasp of course, glad to be vaccinated already.