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OL Reign opens vaccinated section for fans

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And the club teamed up with MultiCare to give free vaccinations at their home opener.

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Ahead of OL Reign’s 2021 regular-season home opener on May 15, the club released a limited number of single-game tickets for purchase. This special section will be at full capacity and only available for fans who have been vaccinated. The seats are located behind one goal in Sections 120 and 121 in the lower seating, as well as in Section N, which is located one row up from the OL Reign supporters’ section.

To gain entrance to this section, fans must have received their second Pfizer or Moderna vaccine shot or single Johnson & Johnson vaccine shot at least 15 days prior to match day. Fans must supply an image of their vaccine certificate — or a physical vaccine card — to gain entrance. Individuals under 16 may also supply a negative COVID test result within 72 hours of matchday to enter this section.

The rest of the stadium is reserved for season ticket holders, who have automatically been assigned distanced seats throughout the stadium. Masks will be required for all fans.

In addition, OL Reign has teamed up with MultiCare to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations for anyone 18 and older coming to Saturday’s match. No appointment is necessary; fans can simply stop by the pop-up tent inside the stadium, which is adjacent to the First Base Gate. In addition to receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, fans will also get a free hotdog.