They hope this will prevent them from being a team in the headlines because of an outbreak like what happened with MLB's,"Between right now testing every single day and the different protocols -- the way the locker room is structured, limited groups when we're working out -- there's a lot of different things that are in place that I can walk in here and feel safe," Dolphins quarterback.The Dolphins' practice facility has been transformed. The Miami Dolphins delivered a look at what an NFL season might look like this autumn during the COVID-19 crisis that has halted all leagues, practices and training opportunities.
"We didn't want to create our own standard, we wanted to be accountable to the most credible third-party standard that exists.

".The NFL is planning to begin its season Sept. 10 and hold the Super Bowl on Feb. 7 in Tampa, Florida, as originally scheduled, but it has discussed contingency plans such as pushing the season back to October or playing in empty stadiums. If you're not wearing a mask and distancing and taking the precautions, it could spread quickly.

"We would exit the stadium much like a church environment, where each row exits so people aren't filing out all at the same time in a herd. I think that was evident with the Marlins, and I think that's just an opportunity for us all to learn and see it actually happen," Flores said.

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"When our fans, players and staff are able to return to Hard Rock Stadium, we want them to have peace of mind that we’re doing everything we can to create the safest and healthiest environment possible,” Garfinkel said in a statement provided to the Sun-Sentinel. Included in the list …

The Miami Dolphins presented a plan to host fans in their stadium during home games amid the coronavirus pandemic.During a segment on ABC’s “Good Morning America” show Tuesday morning, Dolphins CEO Tom Garfinkel unveiled mock-ups of new entrances and social distancing strategies for Hard Rock Stadium to prevent the spread of Covid-19.One change would involve entering and exiting the stadium. "If we're in bars and we're in crowded restaurants and we're at concerts, the likelihood of us bringing the virus into the building is very high.

There is a modified food service (no self-serve buffet) and socially distanced seating. The Dolphins have emergency contingency plans in place, ones that became more realistic after learning that Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson tested positive for COVID-19.Miami … NFL’s Miami Dolphins set 13,000 capacity for 2020 home opener. GBAC is a division of ISSA, a worldwide cleaning industry association, and their goal is to implement cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention work practices to control risks like Covid-19.In order to earn the GBAC STAR accreditation, Hard Rock Stadium is working to complete 20 program elements aimed at creating a safe environment for the public.