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Fans of the Las Vegas Raiders must provide confirmation of COVID-19 vaccination.

For home games at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the Raiders announced Monday that all fans must provide confirmation of COVID-19 immunization.
The new rules will take effect on September 1st, when the Raiders host the Ravens in their first home game.
According to the team, Raiders supporters would not be forced to wear a mask at home games, making it the NFL’s first “vaccine/no mask policy” for home fans.
“Our number one priority has always been health and safety,” Raiders owner Mark Davis said in a statement.
“After consultation with Gov.
This policy assures that we will be able to function at full capacity without masks for fully vaccinated fans for the whole season,” said Sisolak and other community leaders. The Raiders will have vaccine stations available at home games in 2021.
A team regulation requires all full-time employees of Las Vegas to be immunized, albeit this does not extend to the organization’s players.
The Falcons are now the only NFL team with a vaccination rate of 100 percent.
Season ticket holders who have not been vaccinated are entitled to carry their tickets over to 2022, according to Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Season ticket holders who have not been vaccinated may be eligible for a full refund for their 2021 tickets.
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