Missouri biker festival draws 125,000 to Lake of Ozarks

Missouri biker festival draws 125,000 people to Lake of Ozarks as some attendees are seen not wearing masks sparking fears of it becoming a 'super spreader' The 14th Annual BikeFest Lake of the Ozarks took place from September 16-20  Festival drew in about 125,000 people, with many opting out of wearing masks  There were more than 300 bars and restaurants involved in the festivities The festival has sparked fears that it could be a 'super spreader' for coronavirus

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Published: 14:42 BST, 21 September 2020 | Updated: 14:42 BST, 21 September 2020

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A Missouri biker festival that drew in about 125,000 people has sparked fears that the event may become a 'super spreader' for the coronavirus after photos showed many maskless participants.

The 14th Annual BikeFest Lake of the Ozarks was scheduled from September 16-20. 

According to the event's website, there were more than 300 bars and restaurants involved in the festivities. 

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A Missouri biker festival that drew in about 125,000 people has sparked fears that the event may become a 'super spreader' for the coronavirus after photos showed many maskless participants

A Missouri biker festival that drew in about 125,000 people has sparked fears that the event may become a 'super spreader' for the coronavirus after photos showed many maskless participants 

The 14th Annual BikeFest Lake of the Ozarks was scheduled from September 16-20

The 14th Annual BikeFest Lake of the Ozarks was scheduled from September 16-20

Bikers are seen standing near the bikes during the festival

According to the event's website, there were more than 300 bars and restaurants involved in the festivities

According to the event's website, there were more than 300 bars and restaurants involved in the festivities

And while some bikers were wearing masks, many opted out of the facial covering. 

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