The Baltimore Ravens will be back playing in an empty stadium this coming Sunday.
The team cites the rise of COVID-19 cases in Maryland as well as the steadily rising hospitalization rate for the decision.
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“In giving the matter careful consideration, and with the rise of Maryland’s COVID-19 infection rate and increased hospitalizations, the Ravens believe this decision is the correct one in helping protect the well-being and safety of our community,” the Ravens said in a statement.
This comes after Mayor Jack Young previously approved a plan allowing the team to have fans attend the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers a few weeks back.
Source: CBS Baltimore
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