This past Sunday at Highmark Stadium where the Buffalo Bills play, the mask protocols were not followed so now there are new rules being implemented. Announced yesterday afternoon, new health and safety protocols are being enforced both at Highmark Stadium and Key Bank Center where the Sabres play.

Starting this weekend, September 26th, those coming to Highmark Stadium who are twelve and older will have to prove that they have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine according to WIVB.com. Then by October 31st, all guests must be fully vaccinated to attend a Buffalo Bills game and show proof. They can provide a physical card, an Excelsior Pass, a clear digital vaccine card, or digital proof if you live outside of New York. They will no longer accept a negative test. If the fan is under 12, they must wear a mask at all times.

This past Sunday at the Buffalo Bills vs Pittsburgh Steelers game, masks were supposed to be worn while in the stands, and vaccinated guests could take them off in the concourses and the bathrooms. But since many videos and pictures showed that hardly any fans had masks, organizers said they have to enforce the rules.

I have spoken to many Bills fans who are holding tickets to future games and they refuse to comply so they are selling their tickets. Hundreds of tickets went up on the ticket sharing sites shortly after the announcement by the Erie County Commissioner, the Health Commissioner, and Pegula Enterprises.

This announcement sure made Bills' Mafia want to shout!

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