GREEN BAY (NBC 26) -- The Green Bay Packers announced Friday that Lambeau Field Events and Titletown Events will resume operations next week.
The Packers said Lambeau Field Events and Titletown Events will resume operations Monday, Aug. 3. New protocols will be in place to accommodate for events during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Lambeau Field Atrium and Titletown have been closed since March 13 due to the pandemic.
The Packers say precautionary guidelines are being employed for events including social distancing, face coverings required to be worn at all times by staff, enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures and adjusting food and beverage service.
The Packers also say event attendees also will be required to wear face coverings at all times while attending events, aside from when actively eating or drinking. This is in accordance with a new face covering order issued by Governor Evers that takes effect August 1.
"Lambeau Field, Titletown and Delaware North staff are committed to making the necessary adjustments in order to conduct events in as safe a manner as possible and in the best interest of guests," the Packers state in a news release. "Preparations for events are being made with the latest advice of medical and public health officials, federal, state and local government rules, and regulations and guidance are subject to change."
Other parts of Lambeau Field reopened earlier this year, including Packers Hall of Fame, Packers Pro Shop and 1919 Kitchen & Tap.
Lambeau Field Stadium Tours remain closed at this time.
Team-run public activities in Titletown, including the playground, 46 Below and the Turn, are also open for guests and in-person activities, with limitations and social distancing guidelines.