Warriors host fans at Chase Center starting April 23 vs Nuggets

Andreas Milano

After more than a year without spectators at Chase Center, the Warriors will begin hosting fans for the team’s nine remaining regular-season home games beginning April 23 against the Denver Nuggets, the organization announced Thursday. According to coronavirus guidelines announced by the California State Department of Public Health last week, […]

After more than a year without spectators at Chase Center, the Warriors will begin hosting fans for the team’s nine remaining regular-season home games beginning April 23 against the Denver Nuggets, the organization announced Thursday.

According to coronavirus guidelines announced by the California State Department of Public Health last week, Chase Center can accommodate up to 35% capacity. Every person seeking to enter the arena will be required to provide proof of a full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test administered within 48 hours prior to the game. Social distancing and mask-wearing will be enforced in the arena.

Tickets will go on sale starting Wednesday, April 14.

Those who purchase tickets more than seven days in advance of the game will be eligible to receive, at no cost, an at-home Lucira Health molecular COVID-19 test to be self-administered within 48 hours of the game. The Warriors will become the first sports team to provide ticket-buyers with at-home tests.

Attending fans will then enroll in CLEAR’s Health Pass where they can securely link their test result and complete a health survey to produce a pass required to enter Chase Center.

Those who are fully vaccinated do not need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test unless seated within 30 feet of the court and will have the opportunity to purchase tickets in designated sections.

Food and beverage will be available and can be ordered via an app and picked up at select restaurants throughout the arena.

The Warriors last played with fans in attendance on March 10 against the LA Clippers. A day later, the NBA season was suspended when Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus.

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