Public Health & Safety 

(Updated 8/25/2021)


We have taken enhanced health and safety measures to protect our venue guests. However, there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By entering the venue, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19, and Venue disclaims any and all liability related thereto.

  • In accordance with the guidance and recommendations set forth by the CDC and local health officials, we respectfully request that the following guests not attend our events:
    • Guests who are feeling sick or experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms (including fever, cough, and shortness of breath);
    • Guests who have been diagnosed with, or believe to have contracted, COVID-19, unless you have had no fever for 72 hours (without the use of medicine) and 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared; and
    • Guests who have not been fully vaccinated and have been in contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past 14 days.

 

  • Per CDC recommendations, patrons, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a face mask or covering indoors when visiting Pratt & Whitney Stadium. It is also recommended that patrons wash and/or sanitize hands as often as possible to prevent the spread of viruses. 
     
  • Exemptions: The following are not required to wear a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces
    • Persons younger than two years old.
    • Persons currently consuming food or beverage.
    • Any person who declines to wear a mask or cloth face-covering because of a medical condition, behavioral condition, or disability, but only if such person provides written documentation that person is qualified for the exemption for a licensed or certified medical provider, psychologist, marriage and family therapist, professional counsel, social worker, or behavior analyst, the State Department of Developmental Services of other state agency that provides or supports for people with emotional, intellectual, or physical disabilities, or a person authorized by such agency. Such documentation shall not be required to name or describe the condition that qualifies the person for the exemption.

       
  • For additional information and best health practices, visit the following sites: