Dolphins plan to host fans during coronavirus using scheduled arrivals, quarter capacity limit

The Miami Dolphins delivered a look at what an NFL season might look like this autumn during the COVID-19 crisis that has halted all leagues, practices and training opportunities. Tom Garfinkel, the team’s CEO and president, shared on Monday’s “Good Morning America” plans and mock-ups for hosting fans at Hard Rock Stadium this season that comply with social distancing measures. It included plans for varied arrival times, exiting row by row, ordering food pickups from the stands and reducing attendance. Dolphins plan for social distancing at stadiumHard Rock Stadium can hold around 65,000 fans, but Garfinkel said it might be closer to a 15,000-fan maximum this season to adjust to social distancing and to keep everyone safe. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) currently recommends keeping six feet (two arms lengths) from other people and to avoid crowded places and mass gatherings. The team would also schedule arrivals and assist with exiting after the game.

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