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Dr. Levine said in a press conference Friday that no fans would be allowed at any home games for the Pittsburgh Steelers or Philadelphia Eagles, due to coronavirus concerns. The Department of Health was questioned on if they would consider revisiting the topic, and Levine said that there would need to be a substantial reduction in spread of the virus to consider changing the outdoor guidelines.Dr. Levine said in a press conference Friday that no fans would be allowed at any home games for the Pittsburgh Steelers or Philadelphia Eagles, due to coronavirus concerns. The Department of Health was questioned on if they would consider revisiting the topic, and Levine said that there would need to be a substantial reduction in spread of the virus to consider changing the outdoor guidelines.

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Levine says 'No' to fans at Steelers, Eagles home games

Steeler fans still won't be going to Heinz Field quite yet, Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says. Steeler fans still won't be going to Heinz Field quite yet, Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says.

No Steelers Fans At Heinz Field Yet, Dr. Rachel Levine Says – CBS Pittsburgh

There are "no plans at this time" for fans to attend Steelers games in Pittsburgh, said Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine on Friday. She added that the state would need to see "a substantial reduction" in community spread before changing its outdoor guidance.There are "no plans at this time" for fans to attend Steelers games in Pittsburgh, said Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine on Friday. She added that the state would need to see "a substantial reduction" in community spread before changing its outdoor guidance.

No fans at Steelers home games, Pennsylvania's health secretary says

Health Department Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine weighed in on Friday.

What needs to happen for Pa. to consider allowing fans at Eagles, Steelers games this fall? - pennlive.com

“To me, it’s a perfect storm. It’s a rural area with limited health care capacity, and you just welcomed how many students — 35,000?"“To me, it’s a perfect storm. It’s a rural area with limited health care capacity, and you just welcomed how many students — 35,000?"

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