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At a press conference today in Miami, it was announced that fans WILL be allowed to attend NFL games in person next month. The Miami Dolphins and University of Miami games scheduled for September will be the test. The stadium is making a few changes. A spokesman said they are not going to allow tailgating. Gates will open 2 hours before kickoff instead of 4. They will also limit alcohol sales to maintain “the safest environment possible,” but he added “We can’t control people’s behavior.” Fans will be kept spaced apart in the seat assignments.

Fans will also be required to wear a face mask and social distancing will be enforced. Miami mayor Oliver Gilbert warned any of those who feel that they can’t be told to wear a mask, saying “This is not the place for you.”

13,000 will be allowed inside the “socially distanced stadium.” Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium is built to accommodate 75,000. Governor DeSantis says the team will not making a lot of money under this arrangement, but that it will give some hope to sports fans. He also said he expects to the Bucs and Jaguars to have a similar game plan.

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