Bills Mandate Vaccine For Fans To Attend Home Games, No Exceptions

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The Buffalo Bills made changes to the way the team is going to handle COVID-19 at Highmark Stadium.

The team will now require fans to be vaccinated against the virus in order to attend games, but there is a slight grace period.

The Bills’ next game is against the Dolphins in Miami. However, by the Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 home games, the team said all attendees must have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in order to enter the venue.

After that, no exceptions will be made to the vaccine requirement, and COVID-19 negative test results will NOT be accepted for entry into Highmark Stadium, the team’s website states.

By Oct. 31, all fans must be fully vaccinated with two shots.

Previously, the Bills mandated fans had to wear masks only in the concourse areas of the team facility and anywhere that is considered indoors.

Screenshot courtesy of Bills’ website.

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  1. Don’t overestimate the resistance here. There won’t be a big blow back in blue Erie county. Poloncarz the county exec is a d bag who has been screwing with this county for 18 months. NY as a whole had 12 covid deaths yesterday. Lucky they don’t cancel the season.

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