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The American Athletic Conference released an updated schedule Friday to account for recently postponed games.
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To this point, 78 college football games have been either canceled or postponed because of the virus.
The new guidance says that “postponing travel and staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others this year” and offers questions Americans should ask themselves before making a trip.
The NHL already postponed the 2021 Winter Classic in Minneapolis and the 2021 All-Star Game in South Florida.
Now, with the collapse in air travel, airlines that had been clamoring for the more-efficient Boeing jets suddenly are fighting for survival and looking to postpone deliveries.
In the latest Border Report, she spoke with an asylum-seeker from Venezuela whose initial court appearance was scheduled for March, but was postponed because of coronavirus shutdowns.
Juan said he showed up at the port of entry for his case, only to be told all cases were postponed.
Air Force and Army also will have the weekend off after their scheduled game in West Point was postponed Thursday.
The Virginia football team’s home game against Louisville scheduled for Saturday was postponed at least a week because of a rash of positive coronavirus tests among Louisville players.

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