LA Kings Health and Safety Protocols Anounced

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Apr 18, 2001
Just got the email from the Kings.

With our first home preseason game just 2 weeks away, we want to relay important information regarding health and safety guidelines, as well as flexibility with your tickets. Please read this email in its entirety.

COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for STAPLES Center
By entering STAPLES Center, you agree to follow the current California Department of Public Health Guidelines for Indoor Mega Events. All guests age 2 and over are required to present either proof of full vaccination (two weeks since your final dose) or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event date.

A photo ID matching the vaccination or negative test record is required for all ticketed guests.

Vaccination records must clearly show the name of the vaccinated attendee, type of COVID-19 vaccine administered, and date(s) of each dose administered.

COVID-19 test results must clearly show the name of the tested attendee, type of test performed, date of test, and the negative test result.

Guests over the age of 2 are required to wear a face covering that covers both the nose and mouth at all times, unless actively eating or drinking. Gaiters, bandanas, and coverings with exhalation vents are prohibited; a face shield still requires a face covering.

STAPLES Center has partnered with Medea Testing Solutions (Medea) to provide our ticketed guests with COVID-19 rapid antigen testing with $0 out-of-pocket cost to guest(s) with insurance (or federal program for uninsured). Medea's mobile lab is located on the ground floor of the Olympic West Parking Garage (Lot W, in the southwest corner of the lot). Results are provided to each guest electronically within 10 to 15 minutes after a test is taken.

Please visit for further details and and the most up-to-date health and safety guidelines.
I hope the players will understand that the muffled noise they're hearing is the fans yelling "SHOOT!!" through their masks. Otherwise, how will they ever know to shoot?
So bureaucrats, not our doctors, get to make health decisions for us now? Doesn’t sound like a slippery slope at all.
On site rapid testing is very accommodating amenity. That's a great solution for a challenging issue to manage, all things considered.
I have my vaccine card tattooed on the back of my hand. I never liked when my bar or game stamps would wear or wash off. Finally a stamp that will get me into any event without the worry of wearing away.
AEG has passed these rules among many others that we agree to when buying the ticket.

Thread closed, topic too divisive.
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