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Dodgers Tickets: Fully Vaccinated Only Sections to Be Sold At Next Homestand

Fans who have completely received their vaccinations can buy tickets tot these sections.



The Dodgers are set to return home from a long road trip in less than 2 weeks. After this series with the Brewers, they head to Chicago to play the Cubs and follow that up with a 3-game series in Anaheim against the Angels. 

When the Dodgers do return to Chavez Ravine, they will once again be offering fans the chance to sit in a section dedicated to fully vaccinated fans. The team also hosted a similar section on April 24th, which sold out.

More information on the vaccinated-only section from the Dodgers: 

In the fully-vaccinated only sections, social distancing will not be required, and fans will be seated directly next to other parties. These sections will be reserved for fully-vaccinated patrons (i.e., patrons age 16 and older for whom at least two weeks have passed since they received their final vaccine dose) and children between the ages of 2 and 15 who can provide proof of having tested negative for COVID-19 (within 72 hours before entering, if based on a PCR test, or 24 hours before entering, if based on an antigen test). Children under the age of 2 do not need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Face coverings must be worn in the fully vaccinated-only section, except while actively eating and/or drinking in the ticketed section.

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These tickets will be sold for the series against the Mariner (May 11-12), Marlins (May 14-16), and Diamondbacks (May 17-20). The Dodgers are selling these tickets exclusively on the team website. All tickets will be on the right field side of Loge and Reserve levels. 

The Dodgers also announced that these tickets come at a 20 percent discount. That is in an effort to encourage Angelenos to become vaccinated as soon as they are able to. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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  1. The Dodgers are the worst offensive team in baseball over the last two weeks. I’m going to take a one or two week break from them. I hope they learn how to hit again during that time.

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