Philly increases crowd size limits, allowing fans at Eagles games
Philly increases crowd size limits, allowing fans at Eagles games

PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia will loosen its coronavirus restrictions to allow crowds of up to 7,500 people at the city’s largest outdoor venues, a step that will put thousands of Eagles fans back in the stands at Lincoln Financial Field for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.The new limits, which also increase the indoor gathering limit to a maximum of 250 people, vary based on the size of a venue and will take effect Friday. The city rules are more restrictive than new state guidance that Gov. Tom Wolf issued last week — but the 7,500-person maximum outdoor crowd limit is the same for…

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