Rachel Bush is just like a lot of people around the country, she does not want to have some type of vaccine paperwork to be able to do normal things.
Fresh off the team’s deepest playoff run in more than 25 years, the Buffalo Bills organization not only raised prices of season tickets for the 2021 season, but they also announced they are planning to sell Bills Stadium at full capacity.
This comes after the team was not allowed to have fans at home games all 2020, excpet for in the playoffs.
After the news came down, Jordan Poyer’s wife, Rachel Bush, took to Twitter and spoke against having to bring a “vaccine passport” in order to get inside and cheer the team on.
“And better not need some stupid “vaccine passport” or testing to enter. Period.”
When somebody stated that the virus still exists, Bush replied in a since-deleted tweet, “With a 99.8% survival rate…but yeh let’s mandate a vaccine for entry – that goes against some peoples’ religious beliefs, personal beliefs etc in order for them to watch a loved one play. If you think that sounds ok we have a bigger problem here.”
“I’m mind blown that every day I see multiple comments from people who are totally ok with forced vaccinations. Some people really think that there is nothing wrong with that…what.”
Stadiums and arenas in New York are currently allowed to operate at 10 percent capacity with COVID testing and protocols in place.
The Bills were allowed to have around 7,000 fans to attend home games in January against the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens.