Great news for Giants’ fans
The New York Giants announced on Thursday that the current New Jersey policies on businesses and gatherings states that MetLife Stadium will be able to be at full capacity during the upcoming 2021 NFL season without fans having to wear face masks.
“As permitted by current New Jersey policies on businesses and gatherings, MetLife Stadium will open at full capacity this NFL season without requiring face coverings, proof of vaccination, or proof of a negative COVID test. In addition, to reduce touchpoints, MetLife Stadium will operate cash free at all concession stands and retail operations. Reverse ATM machines will be available to convert cash to debit cards. Tailgating will also be permitted. We will continue to share additional gameday protocols as the NFL season approaches,” the Giants said in a statement.
Fans also won’t have to show proof of vaccination or even proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to be allowed into MetLife Stadium.
In order to help minimize any risk of spreading COVID-19 during the season, MetLife Stadium will operate cash free and they will have machines that will turn cash into debit cards for those that need to do so.
This is obviously great news for fans and we can only hope that cases don’t spike when the temperatures go down because the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over just yet. But this is certainly positive.
Now, hopefully the Giants will give their fans something to cheer about this coming fall.
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