Arizona to require surgical or higher-grade masks at indoor sporting events starting Friday – Arizona Daily Star

That includes sporting events held at McKale Center, a spokesperson on the UA’s COVID Ambassador Team Hotline confirmed Thursday. 

Starting with Friday’s Arizona women’s basketball game against Washington State, all fans— regardless of vaccination status — will be required to wear surgical or higher-grade masks when inside McKale Center.

Fans whose masks do not comply will be given one upon entry to McKale, per a UA spokesperson. Cloth masks can still be worn, but only if they’re placed on top of a surgical grade mask.

Arizona’s game day health and safety guidelines state that fans are required to wear a face mask when sitting in their seats, walking the concourse and using the restrooms. Fans are only permitted to remove their face coverings when eating or drinking.

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Source: https://tucson.com/sports/arizonawildcats/basketball/arizona-to-require-surgical-or-higher-grade-masks-at-indoor-sporting-events-starting-friday/article_e0b84d8a-6f18-11ec-ab24-2f67ed3288ae.html

That includes sporting events held at McKale Center, a spokesperson on the UA’s COVID Ambassador Team Hotline confirmed Thursday. 

Starting with Friday’s Arizona women’s basketball game against Washington State, all fans— regardless of vaccination status — will be required to wear surgical or higher-grade masks when inside McKale Center.

Fans whose masks do not comply will be given one upon entry to McKale, per a UA spokesperson. Cloth masks can still be worn, but only if they’re placed on top of a surgical grade mask.

Arizona’s game day health and safety guidelines state that fans are required to wear a face mask when sitting in their seats, walking the concourse…….

That includes sporting events held at McKale Center, a spokesperson on the UA’s COVID Ambassador Team Hotline confirmed Thursday. 

Starting with Friday’s Arizona women’s basketball game against Washington State, all fans— regardless of vaccination status — will be required to wear surgical or higher-grade masks when inside McKale Center.

Fans whose masks do not comply will be given one upon entry to McKale, per a UA spokesperson. Cloth masks can still be worn, but only if they’re placed on top of a surgical grade mask.

Arizona’s game day health and safety guidelines state that fans are required to wear a face mask when sitting in their seats, walking the concourse…….

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