When the fans head to the Barclays Center on Tuesday, they will enter a space where everyone around, from NBA players to security personnel, will have a negative test for Covid-19.
BSE Global CEO John Abbamondi (John Abbamondi) said that this is the first time spectators have returned to the game since March 11, 2020. BSEGlobal manages the building and the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association.
Abbamundi said that although this is different from accommodating 20,000 people in a house, “being one of the few people who can witness live NBA games does have something special.” “Those people will feel very lucky.”
Almost a year after Covid-19 first swept New York City, there are signs that normalcy is about to return. This week, the limit on indoor dining capacity will increase from 25% to 35%. Large-scale arenas in New York State, such as the Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden, are open to fans and operate with a 1
Weddings of no more than 150 people can restart in mid-March. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said last week that indoor family entertainment will open later that month, followed by an outdoor amusement park. He said that even summer camps can start planning.
Statewide, the positive rate of Covid-19 infection on Sunday was 2.99%, which dropped to the day before Thanksgiving. In New York City, data from the Department of Health shows that the number of people who have tested positive for Covid-19 is declining and is now 7.31% on average in the past 7 days. According to the city’s data, the total number of reported cases, hospitalizations and deaths is also decreasing.
New York State said on Friday that at the same time, about 12% of New Yorkers received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Mr. Cuomo said on Friday: “The numbers are falling, so it’s time to start doing more reopening.” “We are making progress.”
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