Masks no longer required for fully vaccinated fans at Mariners games

May 17, 2021, 1:09 PM
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Mariners fans returned to T-Mobile Park on opening night April 1. (Getty)

The Seattle Mariners announced Monday that they are taking a big step toward normalcy at T-Mobile Park.

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Beginning with Monday’s 7:10 p.m. game against the Detroit Tigers, fully vaccinated fans attending home Mariners games will no longer be required to wear masks.

The Mariners will give wristbands to fans who show proof of vaccination, which will allow them to go mask-free while inside T-Mobile Park. The wristbands will be available at the center field at right field gates, or where fans check in for vaccine-only seating sections.

The move to allow fans to be mask-less in the park is in alignment with recently announced guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and state of Washington.

The Mariners are continuing their Vaccination Appreciation Week during the three-game series against the Tigers, which features 7:10 p.m. ballgames from Monday through Wednesday. The benefits of the week include:

• Dedicated vaccine-only entry lanes at right field and center field gates
• Exclusive access to the T-Mobile ‘Pen and the Trident Deck on the view level
• 20% off food and beverage purchases and regular priced merchandise at the Mariners Team Store (excludes autographed and game used items)
• Exclusive Mariners #SeaUsRise t-shirt

To be considered fully vaccinated and eligible to go mask-less in the park, fans must be at least 14 days past the final dose of a two-dose vaccine or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Proof of full vaccination is accepted in the forms of:

• A vaccination card which includes the name of the person, type of vaccine and date of last dose
• A photo of a vaccination card as a separate document or on a mobile device
• Documentation of vaccination from a health care provider’s electronic health record or state Immunization Information System record.

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