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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Harvard University Athletics will welcome back spectators to all of its indoor events, beginning Tuesday, January 25.

In accordance with Harvard University and City of Boston requirements, the following protocols will be enforced and go into effect on January 25:

  • Proof of vaccination by showing one’s vaccine card, a photo of one’s card or a digital vaccine record is required for all indoor athletic events. The vaccine card must show two dates for Moderna/Pfizer and one date for Johnson & Johnson.
  • Consistent with the campus visitor policy, guests (12 years of age and older) will be required to show proof of full vaccination.
  • Negative COVID-19 tests will no longer be sufficient for entry. Individuals who cannot provide proof of vaccination will not be allowed to enter a Harvard Athletics indoor event.
  • Masks are required at all times for spectators.
  • Concessions will not be available at any indoor venue. 

Some additional reminders:

  • Fans should not come to the Harvard Athletics complex if they are not feeling well or have symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Additional hand sanitizer stations have been added throughout the athletics complex. Fans and staff are encouraged to use these, and wash their hands regularly, on gameday.  

You must follow all Harvard Athletics facility policies, including health and safety policies, and posted instructions while in the Harvard Athletics complex.

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and its variants exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely dangerous disease that can lead to severe illness and death. While people of all ages and health conditions have been adversely affected by COVID-19, certain people have been identified by public health authorities as having greater risk based on age and/or underlying medical conditions. 

No precautions can completely eliminate the risk of exposure to COVID-19. By entering Harvard Athletics facilities and grounds, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and its variants.

Release courtesy Harvard University Athletics Communications

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