South Carolina Governor says there won’t be high school football without a change in the spread of COVID-19

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On Wednesday, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster joined some other governors around the nation talking about high school football. McMaster said he will not remove his current executive order banning spectator sports and added “we will not be able to have high school football,” unless the COVID-19 numbers surge is reversed.

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