This is not a drill!!!
Philadelphia just made some changes to their crowd capacity limits for events in the city which means a lucky number of limited fans will be allowed inside Lincoln Financial Field for this Sunday’s Eagles game against the Baltimore Ravens! Of course, social distancing measures will be in place and masks will be required. For outdoor events, Philadelphia will allow 15% of maximum occupancy, up to 7,500 people which means a limited number of fans will be allowed in stands for the NFL games this season. “All other safety rules still apply at events. Everyone must still wear masks, which means we will not allow food and drink in theaters. Everyone should stay six feet apart, 10 feet is even better indoors,” Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said.
Farley says seats inside Lincoln Financial Field would be cordoned off to keep people separate and no tailgating will be allowed. Let's see if Baltimore and the Ravens follow in Philly's footsteps!