Bucks to permit 1,800 followers per recreation at Fiserv Discussion board

Milwaukee fans will be back at the Fiserv Forum Tuesday night with the Bucks battling the Toronto Raptors.

The Milwaukee Health Department approved the arena to accommodate fans at 10% capacity, which is roughly 1,800 fans per game.

The next three competitions are only open to player families and invited guests. Milwaukee’s game against Toronto on Tuesday will have 250 fans. That number climbs to 500 in a rematch against the Raptors on Thursday and to 750 on Friday against Oklahoma City.

The return of the public takes place on Sunday, when approximately 1,800 fans are allowed to enter the Fiserv forum for the Bucks vs Sacramento game.

The Milwaukee Health Department will take another look at Bucks’ plan and could potentially allow 25% of fans to play games in the second half of the season.

“We are thrilled to be able to welcome our great fans back to Bucks games even in limited capacity,” said team president Peter Feigin in a statement. “Our fans have been very much missed by the players, coaches, staff at Bucks and the arena and we are excited to open our doors again. While we are still in the middle of a pandemic and our lives are not back to normal, this is a positive move for the bucks and the city. ”

Fans must always wear face coverings in the Fiserv Forum, apart from eating or drinking. Concessions are acquired through a contactless option such as mobile apps and self-service kiosks. All fans within 30 feet of the field of play must take a COVID-19 rapid test before entering the arena.

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