Traveling For This Buffalo Bills Road Game? Better Be Vaccinated
The Buffalo Bills are about to embark on one of the most anticipated seasons in franchise history.
Most of that anticipation is due to the team's on-field performance from 2020, which saw them go 13-3 and make the AFC Championship game for the first time in 27 years, but it also comes from the fact that fans weren't allowed to attend any home games in 2020.
That changes for 2021, but what about road games that Bills fans wish to attend? The two most anticipated road games in 2021 are likely the October Monday Night Football game against the Tennessee Titans and the Thanksgiving night game against the New Orleans Saints.
However, if you're planning on attending that game in New Orleans, you'll need to be prepared.
According to ESPN, fans attending New Orleans Saints home games this season must show proof of vaccination or have a negative COVID-19 test from the previous 72 hours.
Fans will be required to wear masks at all times, except when eating or drinking.
The good news is that the City of New Orleans will allow for full attendance at the Caesers Superdome, sp Bills fans will probably b able to get tickets on the secondary market.
Fans at Highmark Stadium must wear masks while inside restrooms and inside corridors, but do not have to when outside in the stadium.
The Bills played the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving in 2019. That game was at 4:40 pm. The game against the New Orleans Saints will kick off at 8:20 pm.