OSU sports back to full capacity

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OSU79

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I just read the actual press release. I'm not going to wear a mask to sit outdoors and watch a baseball game. And before you suggest I'm a radical anti-masker, I just got back from a trip to Las Vegas where I wore my mask on every flight and every indoor venue (casinos, restaurants, etc.) because that was part of the deal, I knew and accepted it before I went. I just think we've reached the point where everyone has had the opportunity to get vaccinated and if they've chosen not to that's on them. They can also choose to limit their exposure by not attending mask-optional events.
 
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I just read the actual press release. I'm not going to wear a mask to sit outdoors and watch a baseball game. And before you suggest I'm a radical anti-masker, I just got back from a trip to Las Vegas where I wore my mask on every flight and every indoor venue (casinos, restaurants, etc.) because that was part of the deal, I knew and accepted it before I went. I just think we've reached the point where everyone has had the opportunity to get vaccinated and if they've chosen not to that's on them. They can also choose to limit their exposure by not attending mask-optional events.
Just grab a bottle of water, beer or some peanuts. As long as you’re actively eating or drinking, nobody will bother you. Same was true before capacity expanded.
 

wrenhal

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I just read the actual press release. I'm not going to wear a mask to sit outdoors and watch a baseball game. And before you suggest I'm a radical anti-masker, I just got back from a trip to Las Vegas where I wore my mask on every flight and every indoor venue (casinos, restaurants, etc.) because that was part of the deal, I knew and accepted it before I went. I just think we've reached the point where everyone has had the opportunity to get vaccinated and if they've chosen not to that's on them. They can also choose to limit their exposure by not attending mask-optional events.
I personally have seen people walk through the gate, and then take their mask off the last few games I attended.

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Rack

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Baseball game in Tulsa was a semi normal thing of beauty to behold on TV...Almost a full stadium at points and as much "normal" as I've seen in a long time.
 
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I'm a little surprised at the masks for the outdoor event. But like many have said, I doubt the policing of the masks is very strong at all. This is what they have say in their announcement, whether they believe in it or not.
 
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I called the ticket office to ask about next week regionals(very confident that we will host) to see if it’s going to still be full capacity.

They said it’s up to the NCAA on how many will allow. Cannot get reservations until then.
 

marshmo

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I have 4 tickets, section 105, row 6, seats 1-4.
Can't make it. I'll be happy to transfer. Just give me an email.