Fans will be allowed to attend Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes games at Hard Rock Stadium this fall, the Dolphins announced today. Capacity at Hard Rock Stadium will be capped at 20% which works out to around 13,000 fans. Marco Rubio tweeted this weekend that Florida’s COVID positivity rate dropped to 4.89% Friday, the lowest it has been been in 2 1/2 months.
The Miami Hurricanes open at home Thursday, September 10 against UAB while the Dolphins open the home schedule September 20 against the Bills.
“Upon entry, fans will go through a touchless security scan,” the Dolphins said in a statement. “Food, beverage, parking and retail will become a cashless experience supported by in-app mobile and credit card payment options. Express pickup for food and beverage will also be available.
“Fans will receive SMS notifications when their order is ready. Dolphins members/season ticket holders will continue to receive their food, beverage, and retail discount when ordering in the Dolphins mobile app or paying at point-of-sale terminals. Furthermore, all manual faucets, toilet handles, toilets, soap dispensers and paper towel dispensers have been changed to automatic sensors to provide a touchless restroom experience.”
Season ticket sales will be based on tenure.
SLATER SCOOP: Fans will be allowed at Hard Rock Stadium this season for Dolphins and Hurricanes games, multiple sources tell me.
Capacity will be 13,000 people, which is 20%.
There’s a 46-page plan for social distancing.
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) August 24, 2020
Daily death rate continues dramatic drop-off & daily positivity rate of 4.89 was the lowest since in over 2 1/2 months. pic.twitter.com/fG5gxvNA6S
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) August 22, 2020