US Open spectators now must show proof of at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine to attend matches, a change made less than 72 hours before the tennis tournament starts.
The US Tennis Association announced Friday that the New York City mayor’s office decided to require proof of vaccination to go into Arthur Ashe Stadium, the main arena at the National Tennis Center.
Earlier in the week, the USTA said spectators would not be required to wear masks or show proof of their vaccination status to attend matches at the US Open.
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The U.S. Open says fans must show proof of vaccination to attend matches. The U.S. Tennis Association made the change less than three days before the tournament starts.https://t.co/nVy56T83dt
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