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A Bay Area county official said sporting events like San Francisco 49ers home games are unlikely to resume until late November due to the coronavirus

A Bay Area county official said sporting events like San Francisco 49ers home games are unlikely to resume until late November due to the coronavirus
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Sporting events in the Bay Area county of Santa Clara may not resume until late November as the world continues to fight the coronavirus disease.




The news could affect the NFL's San Francisco 49ers, which plays its home games in the county's Levi's Stadium.




The San Francisco Bay Area was the first US region to enforce a shelter-in-place order on March 17.




Since then, other parts of the country have looked to it as a template for how to respond to the virus.




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Officials of a Bay Area county just gave an indicator of when one aspect of life could return to normal as the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
Santa Clara County executive officer Dr. Jeffrey Smith said in a virtual Tuesday board of supervisors meeting that sporting events likely won't pick up again until late November.
That could affect the San Francisco 49ers NFL team and its Santa Clara-based home of Levi's Stadium. Other teams that call the county home include the San Jose Sharks hockey team, the San Jose Earthquakes soccer team, and Stanford University athletic programs.
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