Proof Of Vaccine Or Negative Test Will Be Required To Enter Tiger Stadium

LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge

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LSU announced Tuesday that proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test from the last 72 hours will be required for visitors 12 and up prior to entry at Tiger Stadium for football games, starting with the season opener Sept. 11 against McNeese State.

“As the flagship institution of the state of Louisiana, our foremost responsibility is to ensure the safety of our students, our supporters, and our community,” University President William Tate said. “While we are aware of the diverse perspectives across the nation regarding masks and vaccinations, we must take all reasonable measures to protect our campus and community, not only on gamedays, but long after guests have left Tiger Stadium. The current threat to our lives, our health, and to our medical systems due to COVID-19 is overburdening our hospitals, and we must do our part to stop the spread.”

“We have the best fans in college football, and we are doing everything we can to ensure their experience in Tiger Stadium this fall is safe and enjoyable,” athletic director Scott Woodward added. “When our fans arrive on Saturdays to cheer on the Tigers, they will have confidence that we have taken measures to mitigate their health risks. Our football team has reached 99.1% vaccination, and we are incredibly proud of them for doing their part to protect their team and their community. We are confident our fans will do the same, and I encourage all Tiger fans to receive vaccinations today.”

For guests under 12, masks will be required for children 5 to 11 years old, and recommended for those under 5 years of age.

Season ticket holders with questions regarding refund policies should e-mail by Friday, August 27.

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