Bills Update Policy: Fans Ages 5-11 Now Required To Be Vaccinated For Home Games

The Buffalo Bills are now requiring everyone five and up to provide proof of vaccination when attending games and other events at Highmark Stadium.

"In accordance with the New York State Mandate, the Buffalo Bills and Highmark Stadium are updating its vaccination policy," the team said in a Wednesday release. "Beginning immediately, all guests 5-11 will be required to present proof of at least the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine for entry into all events, concerts, and Bills games."

As of Nov. 3, children ages 5 to 11 years old are eligible for the Pfizer Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine and the team said guests 5 and older will be required to display one of the following before entering Highmark Stadium:

All guests age 12 and older are required to provide proof of complete vaccination for entry, and COVID-19 negative test results will not be accepted — the team said there will be no exceptions made to the vaccine requirement.

More information about attending games at Highmark Stadium can be found here.

The Bills (8-6) travel to the New England Patriots (9-5) on Sunday and close out the season with a two-game homestand — the Atlanta Falcons (6-8) on Jan. 2 and the New York Jets (3-11) on Jan. 9. 

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