New York Times: A Motorcycle Rally in a Pandemic? ‘We Kind of Knew What Was Going to Happen’

New York Times: A Motorcycle Rally in a Pandemic? ‘We Kind of Knew What Was Going to Happen’. “Albert Aguirre was amped as he and a buddy skimmed across the South Dakota plains, heading to join 460,000 bikers for a motorcycle rally shaping up to be a Woodstock of unmasked, uninhibited coronavirus defiance. ‘Sit tight Sturgis,’ Mr. Aguirre, 40, posted on Facebook on Aug. 7 as he snapped a photo of the sun sifting through the clouds. ‘We’re almost there!’ A month later, back home in the college town of Vermillion, S.D., Mr. Aguirre was so sick he could barely take a shower. He had not been tested but told friends that it had to be Covid-19.”

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