Should Professional Athletes Be More Worried About COVID-19 Or Lightning?

Tyler Durden

Mon, 07/06/2020 – 23:00

Authored by Adam Dick via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity,

Znamya Truda, a Russian professional soccer team, has announced that Ivan Zaborovsky, a goalkeeper for the team, went to intensive care after being struck by lightning during training.

People being seriously harmed or killed by lightning strikes is rare. In America, the United States government’s National Weather Service relays that, in the ten years of 2009 through 2018, there were an average of 27 deaths and 243 estimated injuries each year from lightning countrywide. While the risk of an individual being struck by lightning is real, it is also quite small. The National Weather Service lays out the likelihood as follows: a one in 1,222,000 chance of being struck by…

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