The ballpark will be operating at 22% capacity.
Heads up, Giants fans! Baseball season is here, and we’re all stoked to start watching in person again. However, despite California’s promising vaccination progress, Oracle Park will be running a little differently for the foreseeable future. Here’s a roundup of the new requirements.
The Giants released new guidelines yesterday detailing requirements for fans to attend games at Oracle Park; most notably, they will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test or vaccination. Read the full statement here.
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Children under 12 will not be required to submit these materials, but all other fans 12 and over will need to submit either:
- Negative COVID-19 test results within 72 hours of the game. The Giants recommend a PCR test over a rapid antigen test.
- Record of full COVID-19 vaccination, defined as “completion of the two dose regimen of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one dose of Johnson & Johnson administered two weeks in advance of the game to be attended.”
Attendees may present proof of their COVID-19 test with the CLEAR’S Health Pass, or with a copy of their test result (paper or electronic accepted). Vaccinated attendees may present a paper or electronic copy of their vaccination card.
Seating at Oracle Park will be sold in pods of 2 or 4 people, spaced 6 feet apart in the stands. Tickets will be sold month to month, and priority is given to Season Ticket Members. Fans will also follow signage and ballpark zones so as to avoid cross-traffic throughout the stadium. Face coverings are mandatory for all fans over 2 years old except when eating or drinking.
In order to limit contact points between attendees and fans, backpacks and large bags are prohibited. Guests may also order food and drink through Oracle Park’s mobile ordering system and eat in their designated seat.
Learn more about Oracle Park’s new guidelines for keeping Giants fans safe here.
Have fun, be safe, and go Giants!