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A four-day swingers convention in New Orleans, Louisiana, has led to 41 new coronavirus infections. The event organizer, Bob Hannaford, shared blog post on Friday detailing how he and his team were reaching out to attendees to urge them to get tested, and apologized for holding the event. One of them, a good friend of mine, was hospitalized in serious condition. Hannaford maintains that he and his company worked hard to create what they thought would be a safe environment. We issued wristbands in one color to indicate who had antibodies and therefore was not contagious.
We were feeling better and better about the risk potential as the event was about to kick off," Hannaford added. Hannaford claimed that as the event progressed, "complacency set in," which likely caused the virus to spread among his guests. However, indoor events were still capped at people, NBC reported. A spokesperson for the city told NBC that the Naughty Events convention did not have a permit for the event. Since then, the city has again tightened protocols and entered back into Phase 2, which took effect on Wednesday, Nov.
On Tuesday, at least 35 new coronavirus deaths and 5, new cases were reported in Louisiana. Over the past week, there has been an average of 1, new cases in the state per day, per a New York Times database. As information about the coronavirus pandemic rapidly changes, PEOPLE is committed to providing the most recent data in our coverage. Some of the information in this story may have changed after publication. For more information or to donate, . FB Tweet More. You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. Close in. All rights reserved.
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New Orleans swingers' convention led to 41 Covid infections, event organizer says