Some NFL teams are making sure their fans are protected against the coronavirus.
The Las Vegas Raiders announced that all fans in attendance must have a COVID-19 vaccination, NBC News reported.
If they don’t, they can get one at the game and then wear a mask once a fan is inoculated.
The new rules start with the team’s regular-season opener on Sept. 13 against the Baltimore Ravens.
Fans will have to show proof of vaccination status through the Clear app.
But the Raiders organization isn’t the only one trying to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will offer a free COVID-19 clinic for fans attending the upcoming preseason game against the Detroit Lions, WPXI reported.
For more on the Steelers’ initiative, click here.
Teams are also making sure players stay healthy.
The Atlanta Falcons announced it is the first team so far with all players vaccinated against COVID-19, WSBTV reported.
For more on the Falcons, click here.
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