Warriors

Warriors will allow fans at Chase Center starting April 23

Warriors

Warriors fans finally will be able to watch a game at Chase Center in the near future. 

The Warriors on Thursday announced they will allow fans in the building beginning April 23 for their game against the Denver Nuggets.

In accordance with the California State Department of Public Health guidelines, the Warriors will be allowed to host up to 35 percent of capacity against the Nuggets. All fans and personnel must provide proof of a full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test that was administered within 48 hours to the game. 

Warriors fans who can show proof of being vaccinated don't need to produce a negative COVID-19 test, unless they are sitting within 30 feet of the court. Fully-vaccinated fans will have the chance to buy tickets in designated sections of the arena bowl.

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This will be the Warriors' first home game at Chase Center with fans since March 10, 2020, when 18,064 fans watched a 131-107 loss against the Los Angeles Clippers. 

The Warriors have nine home games left this season that fans can attend.

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