I heard from a friend of my cousins hairdresser's sister that they may or may not hold the shoot...
Now that this BS is out of way, as of yesterday everything is a go for my discussion with people who work there. Ben Avery closed down the State Shoot last spring because they are a state run facility and politics come into play. Tucson is private and the Gov. won't want to close one sporting venue while allowing others to operate.. IMHO
According to the Arizona Department of Health Services,here are the latest totals of those tested and those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Arizona. Arizona has been ranked as widespread, with confirmed cases in all 15 counties. This was last updated on Jan. 15, 2021.
Breakdown of case in Pima County:
Total cases: 87,687
New cases: 1,342
New deaths: 37
Pima County Numbers • Deaths: 1,393 • Confirmed Cases: 87,687 • Rate: Cases per 100,000 population: 8,393.7 • New Cases: 1,342 • Total tests Performed: 523,721 •
Percentage Testing Positive: 11.9 percent
As of today it looks more like 88% of people tested don’t have it
I hope that the shoot goes ahead so that those there can enjoy it, but we all know that with the political situation along with the covid19 pandemic everything can change in the blink of an eye, good luck to those in Tucson, keep your head on the stock and your eye on the target, kill a bunch
Old Tucson has closed it's doors. Did not survive and is selling off what they can. I got an e-mail last month inquiring if I wanted to buy liquor they had in stock. On the news, was a story that a lot of the "cowboy" stuff was sold to a person who was going to open a museum in Tucson. Too bad it was a great attraction.