Redblacks mandate double vaccination for fans attending games at TD Place

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The Redblacks owners are mandating double vaccination for fans wishing to attend games at TD Place.

The Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group is looking forward to having a full stadium again but in order to get there, the team believes it’s vital that the public all continue to work together to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

OSEG is committed to doing its part and to that end, TD Place will now require guests 12 years and older, employees, and event staff to confirm a full — two doses — coronavirus vaccination in order to gain access to ticket events.

The health and safety of guests, employees, and the broader community is the team’s top priority and will continue to be as they navigate the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ottawa has five home games left in the nation’s capital: Wednesday, September 22 against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Tuesday, September 28 against the Edmonton Elks, Saturday, October 16 against the Montreal Alouettes, Friday, October 29 against the Calgary Stampeders and Saturday, November 6 against the Toronto Argonauts.

The Redblacks are the third team in the CFL to require vaccine proof for fans, joining the Argos and Bombers.