COVID and OSU ‘21 home games

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Mar 11, 2006
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What policy do you think OSU should have for home football games this season?

1) Normal protocols similar 2019 and past season
2) Full stadium, but masks required for unvaccinated
3) Full stadium, but masks for all
4) Limited capacity like last year, but masks required only for unvaccinated
5) Limited capacity like last year and masks for all
6) No fans
 

wrenhal

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If we follow the curve the u.k. is currently taking, there will be a quick spike in cases and then it will begin to drop. Thus, hopefully case levels going low again before the first game.

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What policy do you think OSU should have for home football games this season?

1) Normal protocols similar 2019 and past season
2) Full stadium, but masks required for unvaccinated
3) Full stadium, but masks for all
4) Limited capacity like last year, but masks required only for unvaccinated
5) Limited capacity like last year and masks for all
6) No fans
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LS1 Z28

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It's my understanding that they're trying to sell as many tickets as possible. I don't think they'll limit capacity unless they absolutely have to. I wouldn't be shocked to see a mask mandate though. I would hope that they would follow CDC guidance.
 

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I'm hopeful that things subside on the Covid front like in the UK...it sure has spiked up again...but we have about a month to get numbers down...if we want football we should get our shots if we haven't. We all know the reasons. I think we all want #1, but I do think masking and perhaps at least asking people to get vaccinated if they can will be good ways to get moving toward #1. Go Pokes!
 

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8. Proof of vaccination required.

I kid. Probably 2, but like most businesses they don’t really enforce it since it’s unmanageable. It’s more of a request than a requirement.
 

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I think they just need to run this year like normal but I would like to see people at least try to mask up in the concessions areas. That'll interfere with drinking their $8 beer though, so probably won't happen. lol.
 
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They should publicly welcome those who have been vaccinated to a mask-free football experience, and for those who have not been vaccinated and are not comfortable attending in person, they also offer TV and radio viewing experiences for each game.
 

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What policy do you think OSU should have for home football games this season?

1) Normal protocols similar 2019 and past season
2) Full stadium, but masks required for unvaccinated
3) Full stadium, but masks for all
4) Limited capacity like last year, but masks required only for unvaccinated
5) Limited capacity like last year and masks for all
6) No fans
If you're unvaccinated and you plan on going to a stadium full of 60,000 randoms screaming and yelling; you're a damn fool and hope you have plans for selling your October, November and bowl game tickets.