People dancing in a nightclub. Tuscaloosa officials said they originally did not think the “Covid-19 parties” were real. Photo: ShutterstockPeople dancing in a nightclub. Tuscaloosa officials said they originally did not think the “Covid-19 parties” were real. Photo: Shutterstock
People dancing in a nightclub. Tuscaloosa officials said they originally did not think the “Covid-19 parties” were real. Photo: Shutterstock

US students throw ‘coronavirus parties’ to infect guests, giving prizes to those who catch Covid-19 first

  • Organisers intentionally invite people who have tested positive
  • Attendees put money in a pot, and whoever catches disease first gets cash

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People dancing in a nightclub. Tuscaloosa officials said they originally did not think the “Covid-19 parties” were real. Photo: ShutterstockPeople dancing in a nightclub. Tuscaloosa officials said they originally did not think the “Covid-19 parties” were real. Photo: Shutterstock
People dancing in a nightclub. Tuscaloosa officials said they originally did not think the “Covid-19 parties” were real. Photo: Shutterstock
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