LOOK: Bills begin COVID-19 testing for fans at stadium

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The Buffalo Bills will let just over six thousand of their closest friends into their venue on Saturday. As the team hosts their first home playoff game since 1996 against the Indianapolis Colts (11-5), the Bills (13-3) will have their first fans of the season allowed into Bills Stadium.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the NFL, and the other powers at be came to a compromise to allow fans into the game amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Considering coronavirus is a very real deal still, testing protocols are mandated for anyone to enter. All fans must be tested prior to entering the game, and those are now underway.

Fans have to do a drive-thru test at Bills Stadium via vehicle at some point 2-3 days prior to the game. Some images of that activity have come about on social media.

Here’s a couple of them showing the setup outside Bills Stadium:

For more general information on Saturday’s game, visit the link below:

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