Any spectators count toward the state’s COVID-19 mitigation limit of 250 people or fewer for outdoor events, or 25 people or fewer for indoor events, the state says.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The office of Governor Tom Wolf on Wednesday announced changes to the COVID-19 guidance regarding spectators at sporting events in the commonwealth.
Spectators will now be allowed to attend the events, but they will count toward the state’s gathering limitations of 250 people for outdoor events and 25 people for indoor events.
And they also must follow the state’s Universal Face Covering Order and adhere to social distancing guidelines.
The guidance leaves it up to individual school districts to devise a way for spectators to attend sporting events while still conforming with the state’s COVID-19 mitigation guidelines.
The Wolf administration re-iterated its recommendation that high school and youth sporting events should be postponed until at least the end of