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As high-risk sports return, how are we keeping student athletes safe?

LI doctors and athletic directors discuss safety protocols and how they affect athletes' mental health, as high-risk sports resume. Sign up for COVID-19 text alerts at newsday.com/text.

Panelists include: Jennifer Keane, Director of Physical Education, Health and Athletics, Wantagh High School; Dr. Robert J. Zayas, NYSPHSAA Executive Director; Dr. Marcel Green, Private Practice: Mount Sinai Health System, Catholic Health Services of Long Island, The Children’s Village and Geisinger Health System; Dr. James M. Paci, Director of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine for Suffolk County, The Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group at Northwell Health; and Deb Ferry, Director of Athletics, Half Hollow Hills District.

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