- Raiders will require proof of vaccination from fans who want to enter the stadium.
- This measure will be taken starting the first game of the regular season in Las Vegas, on September 13.
- If they are not vaccinated, they can receive the shot that day and wear a mask.
Raiders require vaccination. Las Vegas football team, the Raiders, will now require that all the fans who want to enter the stadium to see one of their matches, be vaccinated against covid, according to a NBC News publication.
This announcement was made by the club on Monday night. This measure will be taken starting the first game of the regular season in Las Vegas, next Monday night on September 13 against the Baltimore Ravens.
All fans who wish to enter must present their vaccination record through the Clear application, while those who have not been vaccinated and want to enter, may be vaccinated at that time, and enter with a mask.
At the time, the team reported that it is the first NFL team “to announce a vaccination / no mask policy.” This with the aim of preventing coronavirus cases from increasing and maintaining a healthy distance in the place, which is why the news was released that Raiders require a vaccine.
Raiders require vaccination: “PRIORITY”
In the statement, the people of the club stated the following verbatim: “Health and safety have always been our number one priority,” Raiders owner Mark Davis said in a statement.
“After consulting with Governor Sisolak and other community leaders, this policy ensures that we will be able to operate at full capacity without masks for fully vaccinated fans throughout the season,” he confirmed, upon the news that Raiders require vaccination.
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Federal experts plan to recommend boosters of the COVID-19 vaccine for all Americans, regardless of age, eight months after they have received the second dose, to ensure longer protection against the coronavirus at a time when that the delta variant spreads throughout the country.
Federal health authorities have been actively examining whether additional injections would be required for those already vaccinated this fall, reviewing the numbers of cases in the United States, and also the situation in other countries such as Israel, where preliminary studies suggest that protection of the vaccine to prevent getting seriously ill from COVID-19 decreased among those inoculated in January. Filed Under: Raiders Require Vaccine
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