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Green Bay Packers to recognize 450 frontline workers this Sunday for their hard work throughout COVID-19

The Green Bay Packers will host frontline workers at their home game Sunday night against the Tennessee Titans.

The group of frontline workers are approximately 450 people and their household. The list of workers include healthcare professionals and first responders. The families will sit in pods to ensure safe social distancing. These individuals are essential workers who has been keeping their community safe during the pandemic, per the Packers. 

The group includes worker form Bellin Health, Packers’ healthcare partner and other healthcare systems in the area.

This is the second time the Packers honored all the frontline healthcare workers. Earlier this month they honored 250 workers during their game against the Carolina Panthers.

The Packers are continuing their cautious approach to hosting fans in the stands and maintaining social distancing. The team will later decide on hosting fans during home playoff games.

 

 

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