Miami Dolphins Get ‘Full Capacity’ Approval from Gov. for 65,000 Seat Stadium
This could be a huge problem …
The Miami Dolphins have obtained permission from the Florida governor to allow full capacity at Hard Rock Stadium.
You read correctly. We are talking about 65,000 seats. In the midst of a pandemic.
The green light goes through Gov. Ron DeSantis – including the spokesperson says Andy Slater the team is now allowed to pack their stadium as part of the statewide removal of COVID-19 stadium restrictions.
That’s not to say the Dolphins will rush to let 65,000 people watch the squad in their next home game … Slater told the org. Still plans to limit the number of fans to 13,000 in the next home game on October 25.
The news follows an announcement from the Green Bay Packers – who just paused on the possibility of opening Lambeau Field to fans soon.
“Due to the worrying increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the Green Bay area and across Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers today announced that the organization has indefinitely suspended l ‘organizing fans for games at Lambeau Field this season,’ the team said in a statement.
Plus, with NFL teams like the Tennessee Titans, New England Patriots, KC Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders deal with possible COVID epidemics among the players … this doesn’t seem like the best time for a team to pack a stadium with people !!
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