Thursday, February 11, 2021

Random thoughts of the Day

 I have tried unsuccessfully several times to try to get an appointment for the Coronavirus vaccine at Citi Field.  I heard on the TV news that starting next week it will be open 24/7 which should obviously create more availability.  Rome wasn't built in a day.

Governor Cuomo announced yesterday that sports venues can allow 10% of capacity into games.  Thus, approximately 2,000 could get into Madison Square Garden and Barclay Center.  Citi Field could accommodate 4,000 fans while 5,000 could get into Yankee Stadium.  My question is who gets the limited tickets?  My guess that only full season ticket holders will get in.  Perhaps in the spring, the percentage will go up.

Likewise, concert venues will be able to let in 10% of capacity.  Can a concert be profitable if such a small number of fans can get in?

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