The Kentucky Derby will allow spectators in the stands, but capacity is capped at 14%


Churchill Downs released its health and safety plan for the Kentucky Derby on Tuesday and “the fastest two minutes in sports,” is going to look very different this year.

Included in the 62-page plan are details about attendance, which will be capped at 14% of Churchill Downs’ total capacity, along with changes to how fans wager and safely enter the stands.

“For those guests who plan to join us for this year’s Derby, we promise you that we will make it a wonderful experience, and most importantly, we will make it as safe and comfortable as we possibly can,” Churchill Downs Racetrack President Kevin Flanery said in a news release.

The most obvious change is going to be the attendance. In a…


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