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Green Bay Packers Limit Attendance At Remaining Home Games

Decision Based On High Rate Of Coronavirus Activity In Brown County, Elsewhere In Wisconsin

A limited number of fans at Lambeau Field watch a Green Bay Packers game
General view of Lambeau Field during half time of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov 29. 2020, between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers in Green Bay, Wis. It was the first time fans have attended a game this season. Jeffrey Phelps/AP Photo

The Green Bay Packers will limit attendance at Lambeau Field games to team employees and their families for the remainder of the 2020 regular season.

The team says the decision is based on a continued high rate of coronavirus activity in Brown County and many areas of the state. The team is also concerned rates may spike with the holiday season approaching.

The Packers have two regular season home games remaining — matchups on Dec. 19 and Dec. 27 against the Carolina Panthers and Tennessee Titans respectively.

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The team says an approach to any potential home playoff games will be decided at a later date.