Governor Mike DeWine Signs Order Allowing Fans In Two Big Stadiums

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed an order allowing 6,000 fans to be present at two Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals home games.

Jaden Jefferson
1 min readSep 6, 2020


WATCH: Governor Mike DeWine Signs Order Allowing Fans In Two Big Stadiums

TOLEDO, Ohio — The variance allows no more than 1,500 people on each side of the stadiums. In addition, masks must be worn in compliance with the state mandate.

The following games will allow for fans to be present:

September 17th: Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns

September 27th: Washington Football Team at Cleveland Browns

October 4th: Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals

October 25th: Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals

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