MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Wild will expand the number of people they have in the stands during games this weekend.
The team confirmed that number will go from 150 to 250.READ MORE: Derek Chauvin Trial, April 13: Defense's Expert Witness Says Use Of Force Against George Floyd 'Justified'
Currently, only players’ families and select staff are allowed in the stands. This weekend, that will change to include 40 “true fans.”READ MORE: No Cases Of ‘Exceedingly Rare’ Blood Clots From Johnson & Johnson Vaccine In MN, But Providers Asked To Pause Doses
All fans will sit in the Bud Light Top Shelf Lounge on the Xcel Energy Center’s club level, the team said.
The team also said the Xcel Energy Center has undergone upgrades to help keep fans and staff safe, including remodeled bathrooms with automatic sinks and toilets, self-cleaning buttons and strips in high-volume areas and a new HVAC system with specific COVID-19 filters.MORE NEWS: 'He Was Our Angel': Families Of Daunte Wright, George Floyd Gather In Solidarity
Further changes to the in-stadium experience are possible, according to the Wild.
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