If you’re attending any of the indoor facilities at Kroger Field during a game this season, UK Athletics will require you to wear a mask regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.
Kentucky’s Kroger Field reportedly outlines mask requirement plans during games https://t.co/Isye8yNRKg— Kentucky #BBN (@BBN) August 23, 2021
This announcement came late Sunday night and UK Athletics is sure to provide more comments throughout the week as we are less than two weeks from Game One.
Just got an update on this. Plan as of now at Kroger Field:— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) August 22, 2021
Masks required Indoors, Elevators, Restrooms and “Crowded areas”....not in Individual suites https://t.co/drhsftSfDi
KSR’s Matt Jones notes in his tweet that “crowded areas” will reportedly mandate masks as well. Until we receive more clarification from UK Athletics, it’s only logical to assume this means masks will be mandated in “crowded areas” throughout the outdoor seats in Kroger Field as well.
Also noted in Matt’s tweet — it appears the only exception to the “mask mandate” will be if you’re in an “individual suite.”
Kentucky will host University of Louisiana-Monroe on September 4th for their home opener.
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