LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WTVA)—Fans at one high school’s football games will have to follow new rules during the coronavirus pandemic.
Louisville High School Principal Danya Turner said tickets went on sale for the general public at noon Thursday.
He said the tickets are two dollars cheaper since more people are allowed inside the stadium.
“Since the governor increased it to 25% we felt it was necessary to lower the ticket cost," said Turner.
The school is selling about 1,100 tickets with nearly 600 people able to fit on the home side.
He said families can sit together, but they encourage separate families to social distance in the stands.
Everyone must wear masks before entering the game.
No one is allowed on the field after the game this year, Turner said.
“I’m a parent of football players as well and I know how we like to go on the field after the ball games, but right now during this pandemic we just feel like it’s best that fans are not on the field after the ball game.”
He said their security team will attend the games to enforce the new rules.