Dodger Stadium adjusted its indoor mask regulations to fit the new L.A. County mandate, Sunday.

While fully vaccinated fans will not be required to wear the mask at their seats at the outdoor stadium, masking will be enforced for all when entering a store, an indoor restaurant, a concession stand, or walking the concourses that are not open-air.

“Face coverings are required in all indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status,” the stadium regulations read in its latest update. “Indoor settings also include covered stadium concourses and concession stands.”

The stadium has kept certain COVID-19 related safety measures such as touchless and cashless buying experiences and enhanced cleaning procedures.

By California orders, unvaccinated individuals are being asked to wear masks at the stadium, but it is not actively checking for vaccination status, instead opting to let fans self-attest to being vaccinated.

As of  July 17 at 11:59 p.m., businesses in L.A. County businesses were ordered to reinstate mask mandates for all employees and customers, regardless of vaccination status. The decision was made after COVID-19 cases began to increase and reached multiple days of 1,000 or more daily cases.


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