The Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans game this weekend had 250 staff and family members in attendance to their game.
According to the Vikings website, they were allowing fans in section 131-135. I am not sure if the family and friends were tested before the game, but they were required to wear face masks/protection.
The Vikings will have up to 250 staff and family members in attendance for today’s game as a test of our game day safety protocols in preparation for the potential return of fans at home games later this season. This trial run is being done in collaboration with U.S. Bank Stadium partners ASM Global, Aramark and WESS Security and has been reviewed by state and city leadership.
All attendees will be located in sections 131-135 in order to replicate a seating “pod” scenario. We will focus on testingmobile ticketing, stadium ingress/egress, cashless concession stands and other game day procedures. Everyone in attendance will be required to wear face coverings and follow social distancing rules.
We continue to collaborate with the State of Minnesota and the City of Minneapolis on a comprehensive plan to bring a limited number of fans back to U.S. Bank Stadium in a safe manner later this season.
This will be interesting. So far, the Vikings have not had a positive test, only the Titans players and staff. Which makes you wonder, was it from the hotel they stayed in?