A: Yes. New York State requires each fan to self-screen using each of the following questions prior to leaving their homes on game day in order to attend the game:
Symptoms - Are you currently experiencing, or have you recently (within the past 48 hours) experienced any of the following symptoms?
Nausea or vomiting
Note: A few of the above symptoms may occur with pre-existing medical conditions, such as allergies or migraines, that have been diagnosed by a health care practitioner. In those cases, you should only answer "yes," if your symptoms are new or worsening.
IF 'YES' TO ANY, YOU CANNOT ATTEND GAME.
IF 'NO' TO ALL, YOU CAN ATTEND GAME.
Contacts - IN THE PAST 14 DAYS, HAVE YOU HAD ANY KNOWN CLOSE CONTACT (OR PROXIMATE CONTACT AS DETERMINED BY LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES) WITH A PERSON CONFIRMED BY A DIAGNOSTIC TEST, OR SUSPECTED BASED ON SYMPTOMS, TO HAVE COVID-19?
Note: Close contact is defined by New York State Department of Health as being within 6 feet of an individual for 10 minutes or more within a 24-hour period, starting from 2 days before their symptoms developed or they were tested. Close contact does not include individuals who work in a health care setting wearing appropriate, required personal protective equipment.
If 'YES,' YOU CANNOT ATTEND GAME.
If 'NO,' YOU CAN ATTEND GAME.
Positive Test Results - IN THE PAST 14 DAYS, HAVE YOU TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 THROUGH A DIAGNOSTIC TEST?
IF 'YES,' YOU CANNOT ATTEND GAME
IF 'NO,' YOU CAN ATTEND GAME