Not only will the LA Dodgers provide a 20% discount on tickets for its vaccination zones, but it will also make more sections available to fully vaccinated supporters.
The team launched a COVID-19 vaccination zone in late April, where fans could sit beside each other, thus filling section 166LG and section 168LG with no social distancing.
Seats on the so-called ‘Loge Level’ will be in Dodger Stadium’s vaccinated sections as the LAD come back to take on the Seattle Mariners this May. At the same time, the LAD will section off more sections in Dodger Stadium’s level ‘Infield Reserve’ for the fully vaccinated audience.
Ticket prices for the vaccinated areas range from $34 to $49, and those will be for the team’s all upcoming matches from May 11 to May 20, 2021. Supporters in those areas will be told to use face masks unless they consume food. They cannot use bandanas, neck gaiters and face masks that have ventilation valves because those will not be proper PPE elements.
They will have to show vaccination documentation, or a negative coronavirus test result received 72 hours before the match to enter the LA stadium. Kids aged 2 to 15 years without vaccination eligibility will also need to carry the said test result as proof.
Under the CDC’s guidelines, you would be deemed fully vaccinated if it has been at least 14 days since your second Moderna or Pfizer dose, or Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose vaccine shot.
The stadium can now operate at about one-third of its capacity. Anyhow, the seating can go up to 67% of its capacity as LA County anticipates entering the so-called ‘Yellow Tier’ as part of its reopening plan.
At the time of writing this, no other entertainment venue or SoCal stadium has announced comparable vaccination seating.