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Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter Providence Park during Timbers, Thorns games

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PORTLAND, Ore — In the midst of outbreaks, supporters will need to prove their vaccinations before they can support Timbers or Thorns at Providence Park.

Fans who are two weeks past receiving their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or two weeks past the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine can show vaccine cards to enter.

People who cannot provide proof of vaccination due to, but not limited to, a lack of documentation will be required to show negative PCR test for COVID-19 within the last 48 hours.

Fans age 5 and up are required to wear masks in all areas of the ballpark except within their seats. Masks are optional but encouraged.

Oregon has seen its worse surge in COVID-19 cases yet with reports that our hospitals might overflow by next month.

Providence Park had been requiring proof of vaccination before it was operating at limited capacity earlier this summer. It removed the requirement in July after Gov. Brown lifted all restrictions and the park began operating at full capacity again.

The recent policy only applies to Thorns matches that take place between Aug. 18 and 25 and do not apply for Women’s International Champions Cup on Sept. 15 against Colorado

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