For the last 25 years, Brad Corbin has been a faithful attendee of the National Brotherhood of Skiers’ ski summit. But he did not attend this year’s weeklong gathering in Sun Valley, Idaho, and he is relieved after several of the 600 attendees tested positive for the coronavirus.Corbin missed the summit on Feb. 27-March 7 for only the sixth time in 25 years, but not out of concern about COVID-19.“It was at a time when the serious nature of coronavirus was not conveyed by the supposed leadership of the country,” he said. “I’m sure it would have been canceled. But it was classified as a ‘hoax.’“It’s a fantastic event. The only reason I didn’t go is because I don’t particularly like the Sun Valley setup,” Corbin saidd. “I likely dodged a bullet. But I feel badly for those who have contracted the virus. And it’s a little unsettling to know I could have been on that list, too.”By all accounts, the group had another spectacular occasion. Days after the event, however, NBS sent an email to its more than 3,000 members notifying them that attendees from Ft. Washington, Md., (one), Washington, D.C. (one), Detroit (three) and New York (one) had

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