ACC's chief medical adviser: Season has played out safely

Before the season began, the ACC’s chief medical adviser believed the conference’s COVID-19 plan for football and all sports had merit. But Cameron Wolfe — an associate professor of medicine at Duke, an infectious disease specialist and the chair of the conference’s medical advisory group — didn’t know for sure that it would work.In fact, he said, he took peace of mind from the conference’s acknowledgement that just because the season would start didn’t necessarily mean that all the games would be played. For instance, no one knew how the pandemic would evolve over the course of the season.“Bu…

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