Three days ago, on Saturday the 6th, installed two new packages of bees into 10-frame deep hive bodies with wired foundation. I have entrance reducers on each hive, and a second super on top with a feeder sitting on top of the frames, since the entrances have been reduced. As of today, both queens have been released. Many, many bees, however, are still hanging out above the frames and are even drawing comb from the inside of the cover over the empty super. I've gleaned that I should now leave them alone for a week or so, now that the queens are out and about, except to feed them. My question is, what about the comb they are drawing from the inside of the cover? Will it keep them from moving down into the frames? Should I remove it when I open the hive to feed them? Thanks in advance for any advice anyone can offer.