Proprietor of native occasion ticketing firm able to get again to enterprise as NYS permits restricted venue reopening

(WIVB) – New York is taking another step forward in reopening this week.

Venues large enough to hold 10,000 or more people may reopen to a limited audience starting Tuesday.

Capacity is limited to 10%, the Ministry of Health must approve reopening plans, and ticket holders must test negative for coronavirus via a PCR test within three days of the event.

Nick Giamusso of, a local ticket company, says it was brutal.

He’s skeptical that people are just as ready to take tests as they are for the Bills playoff run.

He wants to get back to business.

“Our sales have gone from full speed to absolutely nothing since March 9, 2020. So we didn’t do much business at all, apart from the Super Bowl. So we can look forward to that. ”

Nick Giammusso / President and CEO,

The Keybank Center would be entitled to admit fans in accordance with these guidelines.

On February 10, the Sabers Organization praised the plan, saying ticketing and matchday minutes would be out soon.

News 4 asked for an update on Friday, but we haven’t heard from it yet.

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