The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced a masking policy for Saturday’s preseason game against the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field. The announcement was made by Steelers PR spokesman Burt Lauten as well as an email sent to season ticket holders.
The Steelers are requiring all guests, staff, and vendors to wear a mask in all indoor areas of Heinz Field. These areas include restrooms, elevators, shops, indoor facilities on the club level, and any other enclosed spaces. Fans will not be required to wear a mask in the FedEx Great Hall, concourses, or in the open seating of Heinz Field.
The Steelers also stated they will not be requiring attendees to show any proof of vaccination. The Steelers did state that unvaccinated attendees should wear a mask at all times per CDC guidance.
The Steelers also reminded fans to bring their own masks as they will not be provided.
This information is strictly for the Steelers preseason game this coming Saturday. The Steelers stated they will continue to monitor CDC guidelines in making future decisions in order to keep fans as safe as possible while attending games at Heinz Field.
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