To attend a Buffalo Bills home game, fans had to show proof of vaccination.
Only a few fans were turned away if they didn’t have their vaccination cards in hand.
Here was the procedure.
Any fans hoping to watch the Bills take on the Washington Football Team on Sunday afternoon first had to show proof of at least one dose of a COVID vaccine. Starting Oct. 31, Bills fans will be required to show proof of full vaccination.
When the gates opened at 11 a.m., fans first stopped at the vaccination verification checkpoint and had either their vaccine card, New York State Excelsior Vaccine pass, or the CLEAR digital vaccine card checked before continuing on through security. A 2 On Your Side photojournalist at the gate said lines appeared to be moving quickly.
According to a spokesperson for the Erie County Department of Health, four people were refused entry to the Bills game based on secondary checks by the health department’s public health sanitarians.
Bills safety Jordan Poyer’s wife Rachel Bush won’t say if she is vaccinated but encouraged someone to sue for not being allowed in.
Two things could be happening here.
She is probably vaccinated while spreading all the misinformation. Typical MAGA woman.
In the interim here are her Tweets. She never says that she isn’t vaccinated, which means she probably got vaccinated.