When the current 2020 NFL season begins, Kansas City Chiefs is planning to allow fans inside the Arrowhead Stadium as a minimum of 22% capacity.
All the fans inside the stadium will be required to wear masks and will also be organized into separate groups inside the stadium.
The Kansas City Chiefs said the plans to accommodate fans during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic were made in conjunction with the NFL as well as Kansas City mayor Quinton Lucas.
On the Other hand, Chicago Bears announced that their home ground Soldier Field will be closed to all the spectators when the NFL game starts.
In a statement, the Bears said:
“After discussing a draft plan with City health officials, the Bears and the City of Chicago agreed the health metrics show that it is not the right time to welcome fans back to Soldier Field.“
Also, there is a lot of players opt-out of this season due to pandemic. Chiefs offensive Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was the first player to opt-out himself due to pandemic.