The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
The Baltimore Ravens will allow 250 immediate family members of players, coaches and front office staff to Monday night’s game against Kansas City Chiefs.
They will be the only people in attendance.
Because of the pandemic, the Ravens have not allowed fans to attend their home games. These 250 people will be permitted to attend through a recent order of Maryland’s Department of Health.
The family members must be living in the same local household as a player, coach or staff member and are required to wear a mask and follow safety protocols developed by health experts, government officials, the Ravens, the NFL and the players’ union.
Ravens President Dick Cass called this ”an important step” in the team’s effort to host larger crowds as the season progresses.
Georgia State has postponed Saturday’s college