Changing America reports:
Two NFL teams will require fans to be vaccinated to attend games. On Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills announced that all fans over the age of 12 will be required to show proof of vaccination in order to attend games. The Las Vegas Raiders previously announced it would require that fans be vaccinated to attend home games.
From Sept. 23 through Oct. 3, fans who have only received one dose of the vaccine will be permitted to attend. However, beginning Oct. 31, fans must have been fully vaccinated for two weeks in order to attend a game.
Fans coming to Buffalo’s home games will be required to provide their physical vaccination card, an NYS Excelsior Pass, a Clear Digital vaccine card, or government digital vaccine proof. Photos of the physical vaccination card or negative COVID-19 tests will not be accepted.
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An update on the vaccination policy at Highmark Stadium.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) September 14, 2021
The comments on the @BuffaloBills Facebook post announcing the vax requirement are gold. Did you know that it’s a “hepa violation” to ask vaccination status?
— Josh Schmid (@schmidjosh94) September 14, 2021
Well the Buffalo Bills just ruined my son’s birthday gift. We were going to go the Bills vs WFT game but it is also the first game they are forcing fans to have at least 1 vaccination shot. There goes $80 down the drain.
— Tyler Belawske (@TylerBelawske) September 14, 2021
Current guidelines require masks in all concourses regardless of vaccination status. The video shows how that went. pic.twitter.com/JFRIsijqrH
— 13WHAM (@13WHAM) September 14, 2021