That will put an end to zone celebrations in which Packers players leap into throngs of fans.
The Wisconsin Department of Health reported 2,020 new cases of Covid-19 and 18 new deaths. The seven-day average of 2,346 daily cases is up from 836 a month ago, the DHS says.
In a statement, the Packers said that the area would need to see a “marked improvement” in hospitalization rates, community infection rates and positivity rates for them to have fans at upcoming games.
“We are very concerned with the rate of infection in our area,” President/CEO Mark Murphy said in the release.
“We are trending in the wrong direction in terms of hospitalization and positive cases, and based on recommendations from community healthcare and public health officials, hosting fans at the stadium for games is not advisable at this time.”
This comes after Gov. Tony Evers issued an emergency order limiting indoor gatherings to 25% occupancy.
“We’re in a crisis right now and need to immediately change our behavior to save lives,” Evers said in the release.
“We are continuing to experience a surge in cases and many of our hospitals are overwhelmed, and I believe limiting indoor public gatherings will help slow the spread of this virus.”
The statement released by the Packers said they will evaluate a “variety of factors in consultation with local medical and public health officials for the possibility for hosting fans this season.”
If the state reaches a point where fans can be allowed in the stadium, the Packers say they will contact season ticket holders who have opted in to purchase tickets this season to communicate next steps.
Wisconsin currently has at least 136,379 Covid-19 cases and 1,399 deaths across the state, according to data released by Johns Hopkins University.
CNN’s Christina Maxouris and Joe Sutton contributed to this report.