US Open draws long lines, tightly packed crowds for tennis in NYC

The US Open's return to Flushing, Queens in New York City drew long lines and tightly-packed crowds on Monday, August 30. Fans with proof of at least one dose of a Covid vaccine are allowed this year. The long lines and crowd that ensued were not attributed to the checking of proof but of late arrivals and checking of bags, according to USTA. The footage was filmed and posted on social media by The Craig Shapiro Tennis Podcast.

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