Good news for Buffalo Bills fans and season ticket holders. The governor announced fans will be allowed to attend the next playoff game on Saturday night. Here are the details.

According to News 10 ABC, Governor Andrew Cuomo said in his press conference that because the first playoff game in Orchard Park between the Buffalo Bills and the Indianapolis Colts was a success, allowing sixty-seven hundred fans inside the stadium, they will be allowing fans in this weekend too.

The second playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and the Baltimore Ravens will take place on Saturday, January, 18th at 8pm. The governor said the same amount of fans will be allowed in for this game as well. So sixty-seven hundred die-hard Bills fans will be able to cheer on their team.

It will work just like last week where ticket holders will have to get a negative COVID test ahead of the playoff game on Saturday and adhere to all public health precautions. Fans will be required to wear a mask at all times and follow the social distancing guidelines. Also, there will be no tailgating, and contact tracing will be done following the game.

Governor Cuomo said of what happened at last week's game,

New York’s first-in-the-nation pilot plan to reopen Bills Stadium to fans went smoothly, and we’re pleased to be able to extend it to next week’s game. The success of our pilot plan depends on individual behavior as well as collective measures, and I urge Bills fans to stay safe and follow the rules as we look to another exciting game. Go Bills!

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