ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB)–Governor Cuomo says there’s still no decision on if and when fans can enter Bills Stadium.
In a press conference Monday, Cuomo said Western New York’s high infection rate makes the decision to let fans in the stands a complicated one.
“I would love to see fans in the stands, I would love to be at the games, but don’t forget the context; Western New York has one of the highest infection rates in the State of New York.” @NYGovCuomo says he’s working to bring fans back, but no timeline if &when that will happen.— Marlee Tuskes (@MarleeTuskesTV) November 2, 2020
“Western New York has one of the highest infection rates in the state of New York and it has been problematic. We’re studying stadiums, capacity, the best way to do it- we’re working on it, there’s no final decision.”
The governor announced a month ago, he’d take a tour of Bills Stadium before giving any “Ok,” but that trip hasn’t happened.
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