As expected, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that fans will be allowed to attend Saturday evening’s Divisional Round matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens at Bills Stadium in Orchard Park.
The same process and parameters that applied to the Bills’ Wild Card matchup with the Indianapolis Colts this past weekend will apply this coming Saturday.
There will be roughly 6,700 fans attendance, while fans will need to obtain a negative COVID-19 test result before being allowed into Bills Stadium. Contact tracing will be conducted after the game.
Just minutes after the Bills put out the news that fans would be able to attend Saturday night's game, the team announced that the game had officially sold out the game.
Terry and Kim Pegula released the following statement on the announcement:
"We felt the energy from our fans last Saturday at the stadium and we know our coaches and players appreciated the support on the field. We have worked with the Governor, his team and BioReference to ensure we will host fans again on Saturday night. They have all been great partners in this process.
"We want to thank our fans for following the safety guidelines, and remind the fans coming Saturday fans to please wear your mask, socially distance and follow the rules. Be safe. Be smart. Be loud!"