Per Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, a Browns spokesman confirmed the team plans to continue hosting up to 12,000 fans for games as they "continue to monitor the circumstances and remain flexible."
On Wednesday, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health announced a stay-at-home advisory through Dec. 17 because of "a dramatic increase" in COVID-19 cases throughout the county.
The announcement noted that Cuyahoga County hospital facilities have seen a positive coronavirus rate of 15 percent since November 13.
The Browns began this season hosting 6,000 fans for their first two home games. They received permission from Ohio governor Mike DeWine to increase that total to 12,000 fans for the rest of the season Oct. 5.