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COVID-19 TESTING/PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIREMENT
To begin the season, all fans 12 years and older will be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test or a full COVID-19 vaccination, in order to gain entry to Oracle Park. If testing, the Giants strongly encourage fans to take a PCR-type test over a rapid antigen test. (Children under 12 are not required to provide negative test results.)
Please note the required timeframes associated with each option so you can plan ahead accordingly.
- Test results need to be received within 3 days of the first game attended in a homestand. For example, if your game is on Friday, you need to receive your test results between Tuesday and when you arrive at the ballpark on Friday. If you are attending multiple games in a homestand you will only need to have the one negative test.
- Full vaccination is defined as completion of the two dose regimen of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one dose of Johnson & Johnson administered two weeks in advance of the game to be attended
Fans can present their negative COVID-19 test two ways:
1: Fans 18 and older can utilize the Clear Health Pass to securely link and confirm negative COVID-19 test results for a seamless entry. CLICK HERE to download the CLEAR app and access Health Pass. The Giants strongly encourage fans to take advantage of CLEAR’s Health Pass before arriving at Oracle Park. Out of an abundance of caution, we suggest that fans also bring an electronic or paper copy of their COVID-19 test result.
Preferred lab partners that allow fans to link their results to CLEAR Health Pass:
- Sutter Health
2: 2: Fans can bring an electronic, photo or paper copy of their COVID-19 test result for entry.
Fully vaccinated fans can bring a paper, photo or electronic copy of their completed vaccination card or a record of vaccination directly from the healthcare provider who administered the vaccine with an appropriate ID matching the name on the proof of vaccination for entry.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the COVID-19 testing and proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements, including suggested testing sites.
Know your Zone! We will create distinct zones within Oracle Park to prevent cross-traffic of fans throughout the building. We will have signage, staff, etc. at each Zone Entry point to ensure fans are staying in the correct zone.
Each of the nine (9) distinct zones will have designated entry/exit gates, restrooms and concession pickup locations. Learn more.
Download the MLB Ballpark app to access your game tickets, order food and beverage, buy merchandise, get gameday information, play games and more!
The free Ballpark app provides a convenient, secure way to use and share mobile tickets, allowing contactless entry. Access or forward your tickets prior to arrival.
Learn more about mobile ticketing, including step by step instructions on how to access your tickets.
Concessions must be ordered from your mobile device. Pickup locations will be available in your designated seating zone. Ordering details and menus to come!
Concourse concessions will be available to begin the season. Guests may only eat or drink in their ticketed seat.
Outside food and beverage is permitted at Oracle Park. Reminder that backpacks or bags larger than 16x16x8 are not allowed.
In an effort to limit contact points and avoid lines at the gates, Oracle Park will enforce the following restrictions regarding bags.
- No Backpacks
- No bags larger than 16"x16"x8"
- Jackets and blankets must be worn or carried and not put into bags
- Guests with bags will be directed to a designated lane for entry
Plan your trip to the ballpark with major transportation service changes in mind. We have collected information and tools to help you find a travel option that feels safe and convenient, including new ways to park a bike and reserve car parking. Learn more.
Oracle Park will use a multifaceted approach to guide ticketholders safely throughout the ballpark. Displayed signage, floor graphics, public address announcements and video board graphics will communicate social distancing protocols.
All seats will be sold in pods, in allotments of 2 and 4 tickets, with a small percentage of single seats being available. Each pod will be positioned a minimum of six (6) feet from other pods in any direction.