FANS AT LINC FOR EAGLES-RAVENS ON OCT. 18? PHILLY OKAY NEEDED!

By Mel Meyerson

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says the state will be amending venue gathering limits beginning this Friday, which means that Eagles fans might be allowed at the Linc for the Oct. 18 game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Philly has its own standards. For example, Wolf allowed restaurants to increase indoor dining to 50% capacity on Sept. 21, and Philly waited until Oct. 2.

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According to the Governor’s Office, the “amended orders will allow for venue occupancy limits to play a bigger role in determining the number of people permitted both inside and outside of events or gatherings.”

This is the so-called “calculator” the state will be using for limits on indoor and outdoor events.

Maximum Occupancy Calculator for indoor events:

Maximum Occupancy — 0-2,000 people
Allowable Indoor Rate — 20% of Maximum Occupancy

Maximum Occupancy — 2,001 – 10,000 people
Allowable Indoor Rate — 15% of Maximum Occupancy

Maximum Occupancy — Over 10,000 people
Allowable Indoor Rate — 10% of Maximum Occupancy up to 3,750 people

Maximum Occupancy Calculator for outdoor events:

Maximum Occupancy — 0-2,000 people
Allowable Outdoor Rate — 25% of Maximum Occupancy

Maximum Occupancy — 2,001 – 10,000 people
Allowable Outdoor Rate — 20% of Maximum Occupancy

Maximum Occupancy — Over 10,000 people
Allowable Outdoor Rate — 15% of Maximum Occupancy up to 7,500 people

In a news release, Gov. Wolf said, “Pennsylvanians must continue to social distance and wear masks as we prepare to fight the virus through the fall and winter. Regardless of the size of an event or gathering, those things are still imperative to stopping the spread of COVID. We know everyone has sacrificed in many ways and today’s announcement reflects a gradual adjustment to our lives as we learn how we can do things safely until we have a cure, or an effective vaccine is widely available.”

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