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Packers to open home slate without fans

The Green Bay Packers announced Thursday there would be no fans in their stands until at least November.

 

President and CEO Mark Murphy said Lambeau Field will not be the same this fall without the fans, but as they deal with the coronavirus the organization felt it was important to focus on making incremental steps in their gameday safety protocols. That means most of the efforts in the early going will focus on the players, coaches, and essential gameday personnel. The Packers will work with local health professionals to determine if fans will be able to attend the team's November 1st matchup against the Minnesota Vikings.

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