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Bills fans blast team over COVID-19 vaccine policy

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Some Buffalo Bills fans were angered by the team’s new COVID-19 vaccine policy in home games.

The Bills and Erie County are requiring all fans over the age of 12 to show “proof of complete vaccination” before they enter the Highmark stadium during Bills games, the team announced Tuesday.

Furthermore, the announcement stated that for the team’s next two home games, fans will have to present proof of at least one round of vaccination upon entering the stadium. By Oct. 31, all fans must be fully vaccinated with two shots.

Unvaccinated fans below the age of 12 will be required to wear a mask at all times inside the vicinity while vaccinated fans above the given age, can watch games without one.

As expected, the Bills’ new COVID-19 vaccine policy has got some fans fuming on social media, referring to it as “joke” and “stupid.”

“What a f—–g joke,” a fan exclaimed. “Are the numbers coming in for so many people getting sick at the game? Was it too smooth and easy for people to get into the game so let’s make it harder and more complicated?”

“Management can’t be this stupid,” one fan commented. “You fail to realize that the vaccine acts as a super spreader. You sure can’t fix stupid.”

“Looks like Buffalo is loosing an NFL team,” another fan tweeted.

The Bills’ next home game is against the Washington Football Team. By the looks of it, it is very likely that the Highmark Stadium security will have to deal with some problems during the game.