As expected, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell has followed the actions of several other metropolitan areas in the U.S. by requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test (within 72 hours) to enter any indoor activity in the New Orleans metro with large crowds.
Mayor Latoya Cantrell of New Orleans was asked again at her press conference today about the Saints welcoming fans into the Superdome for upcoming home games. Cantrell noted that Tiger Stadium, "Could be a great place, temporarily" when referring to the Saints potentially taking their home games to Baton Rouge.
Reports by NFL insiders are saying that Saints officials are meeting with LSU officials about hosting upcoming games in Baton Rouge at Tiger Stadium. These talks come as Mayor Latoya Cantrell has continued to decline Saints requests to allow fans in the Superdome.