LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Tickets are offered out for the portion of Dodger Stadium put aside for Saturday night’s recreation for followers who’re absolutely vaccinated for the coronavirus.
A workforce official known as the sport between the Dodgers and San Diego Padres a “trial run” for the vaccination zone, which can seat 500 followers Saturday.
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“With all of the circumstances right now I might positively really feel extra snug,” mentioned Hannah Yi, a Dodger fan. “I’m vaccinated, my household is vaccinated in order that’s positively one thing I might be excited by.”
The Dodgers hope to make the most of vaccination zones extra broadly sooner or later to permit the workforce to securely enhance capability and permit extra followers to get pleasure from Dodger baseball, the official mentioned.
Sections 166LG and 168LG for Saturday’s recreation are reserved for absolutely vaccinated followers — those that had their closing vaccine dose at the least two weeks in the past — and kids between the ages of two and 15 who can present proof of getting examined unfavourable for COVID-19 inside 72 hours of the sport.
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Youngsters underneath the age of two don’t want to supply proof of a unfavourable COVID-19 check. Face coverings should be worn within the absolutely vaccinated-only part, besides whereas actively consuming and or consuming within the ticketed part.
Social distancing is not going to be required within the sections and followers will likely be seated instantly subsequent to different events.
In the remainder of Dodger Stadium, followers are seated in bodily distanced pods of two to 6 folks, with unused seats cordoned off. The necessity for social distancing has decreased the variety of followers at Dodger Stadium to about 15,000 per recreation within the 56,000-seat stadium.
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