Los Angeles sports fans now obliged to wear masks at games
Fans attending baseball, football and outdoor music events in Los Angeles County will be required to wear a mask starting on Friday regardless of their vaccination status, according to an order on Tuesday from the health department.
Dodgers and Angels fans attending baseball, Rams and Chargers football fans and outdoor music attendees at events in Los Angeles County will be required to wear a mask starting on Friday regardless of their vaccination status, according to an order on Tuesday from the health department.
The order targets "outdoor mega-events" that attract crowds of over 10,000 people like baseball games at Dodger Stadium or Angel Stadium and National Football League games at SoFi Stadium, which is home to the Rams and Chargers.
🚨 UPDATE — Fans must wear masks in seats + all locations at SoFi Stadium, except when actively eating or drinking.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) August 17, 2021
It also covers music festivals, concerts, parades, outdoor theaters and other large gatherings, including venues like the Hollywood Bowl, which has been staging 100% capacity concerts for vaccinated audiences of up to 17,000.
The new order is an expansion of a July mandate that requires masks at indoor restaurants, movie theaters, gyms, concerts, supermarkets and other indoor public spaces in Los Angeles in response to rising cases of the Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Los Angeles County reported 2,426 new covid-19 cases on Monday as well as five additional deaths.
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