New York allows large arenas to partially reopen

New York (AFP) – New York will allow stadiums and large venues to open at 10 percent capacity from later this month, almost a year since they closed, the state’s governor announced Wednesday. The Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks will lead the partial reopening by welcoming spectators into their respective home arenas, the Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden, for games on February 23. The Nets’ match against the Sacramento Kings in the NBA that day will be the first time in 352 days that the team has played in front of fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Knicks said in a statem…

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