More Than 51,000 People - Many Unmasked - Attended The Kentucky Derby
6 days ago - By Scary Mommy
Many spectators were shocked to see so many unmasked attendees at the annual event
After it was held sans fans last year, the Kentucky Derby welcomed attendees to the grand event this year - more than 51,000 of them, marking the largest crowd to gather at a sporting event in the U.S. since the onset of the pandemic. And while Twitter was ablaze with tweets about the Kentucky Derby race (including some applauding Steve Kornacki for accurately picking the winner , Medina Spirit), many were shocked to see so many attendees without masks on .
Where TF are the masks at the Kentucky Derby?...
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