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Testing/Vaccination FAQ

The health and safety of our fans and employees is our top priority. A negative COVID-19 test or full vaccination is required for entry.
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The Giants have been approved to operate the ballpark at up to 50% of its capacity. As a condition of this approval, the San Francisco Health Department is requiring that all fans 12 years and older must present proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for entry to Oracle Park. Children less than 12 years of age are not required to present a negative test result. See below for more details.

Q: What are the COVID-19 testing requirements for attending a May game at Oracle Park?

A: Starting in May, all fans 12 years and older must present proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for entry to Oracle Park. A negative test must consist of a PCR test taken not more than 3 days before the game or an antigen test taken not more than 1 day before the game. Children less than 12 years of age are not required to present a negative test result.

Q: What is the timeline for taking my COVID-19 test?

A: Negative test results must be from a PCR test taken not more than 3 days before the game or an antigen test taken not more than 1 day before the game.

Game Day PCR Test Taken No Earlier Than Antigen Test Taken No Earlier Than
Sunday Thursday Saturday
Monday Friday Sunday
Tuesday Saturday Monday
Wednesday Sunday Tuesday
Thursday Monday Wednesday
Friday Tuesday Thursday
Saturday Wednesday Friday

Q: In April I could take one test that was eligible for the entire homestand. Is that true for May?

A: No. Negative test results must be from a PCR test taken not more than 3 days before each game you attend or an antigen test taken not more than 1 day before each game you attend.

Q: How do fans present their negative COVID-19 test results?

A: Fans must be prepared to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to comply with planned random inspections at the gates. Negative test results must be from a PCR test taken not more than 3 days before the game or an antigen test taken not more than 1 day before the game. Negative test results can be presented in one of two ways:

Option One:

For convenience, fans 18 and older may utilize the CLEAR Health Pass to confirm your COVID-19 test results for the game. Health Pass is a free service in the CLEAR mobile app that allows you to link COVID-19 test results. Designated lanes will be available for fans using Health Pass to speed up entry. CLICK HERE to download the CLEAR app and access Health Pass.

Your Health Pass will appear on your iPhone or Android phone as a green or red result that you will show to ballpark security upon arrival. Enroll for free and have your Health Pass ready before the game; all you’ll need is a government-issued ID and your lab provider login. For more information on how to use Health Pass click here.The Giants strongly encourage fans to set up their Health Pass before arriving at Oracle Park.

Preferred lab partners that allow fans to link your results to CLEAR Health Pass:

Select GoHealth Urgent Care Centers

Quest

Bioreference

LabCorp

CVS

Kaiser

UCSF

Sutter Health

--OR--

Option Two:

You can bring an electronic, photo or paper copy of your negative COVID-19 test result to the ballpark. Please note that your test results document must be directly from the healthcare provider that performed the test with an appropriate ID matching the name on the COVID-19 test result.

Q: What are the COVID-19 vaccination requirements for attending a game at Oracle Park?

A: Full vaccination is defined as 14 days after receiving the final dose in the series (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson). Fans must bring an electronic, photo or paper copy of their full vaccination card or record of vaccination directly from the healthcare provider who administered the vaccine with photo ID matching the name on the proof of vaccination.

Q: How do fans present their fully vaccinated documentation at the gates?

A: Fans must be prepared to show proof of a negative test or full vaccination in order to comply with planned random inspections at the gates. Full vaccination is defined as 14 days after receiving the final dose in the series (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson).

Bring an electronic, photo or paper copy of your full vaccination card or record of vaccination directly from the healthcare provider who administered the vaccine with photo ID matching the name on the proof of vaccination.

Q: Where do you recommend fans get tested?

A: We have several recommendations for testing:

Option 1:

Preferred lab partners that allow fans to link your results to CLEAR Health Pass:

Select GoHealth Urgent Care Centers

Quest

Bioreference

LabCorp

CVS

Kaiser

UCSF

Sutter Health

Please have your patient portal login information on hand after you’ve been tested at one of the providers above to link your test results in CLEAR Health Pass.

Dignity Health, the Giants long-time healthcare provider, has teamed up with the Giants to provide trusted, convenient access to COVID-19 molecular rapid (PCR) testing at GoHealth Urgent Care Centers in Northern California.

To get started, schedule a Virtual Visit clinical evaluation up to 7 days in advance of game day. Your COVID-19 test will be scheduled during your Virtual Visit at a convenient location.

CLICK HERE to Schedule a Virtual Visit

How it works

  1. Schedule a Virtual Visit Choose a convenient time up to 7 days prior to game day and select “COVID-19 Test” as your reason for visit. Complete online registration in advance.
  2. Complete Virtual Visit with Scheduled Test Your provider will schedule your COVID-19 test at a convenient center prior to game day.
  3. Get COVID-19 Test Head to your designated center at your scheduled time for a quick swab! Results will be provided on-site and can be found in your Patient Portal.

To take a test less than 24 hours from game day, you can walk into any of our centers in the Bay Area. Please be sure to let the center team know your seeking COVID-19 testing for a San Francisco Giants game when you arrive. CLICK HERE to find your center

Option 2:

Go to a testing site of your choosing and bring an electronic, photo or paper copy of your negative test results with you to the game.

Q: What are the entry requirements for the Fully Vaccinated Sections?

A: Fully vaccinated sections are reserved for persons 16 and older who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 only.

Children older than 2 and less than 16 years of age can accompany their parent, guardian or sponsor in a fully vaccinated section, but must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. The negative test must consist of a PCR test taken not more than 3 days before the game or antigen test taken not more than 1 day before the game.

Children 24 months and younger may accompany their fully vaccinated parent, guardian or sponsor in a fully vaccinated section without a negative test.

Full vaccination is defined as 14 days after receiving the final dose in the series (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson).

Fans must present their vaccination cards or other proof that they have been fully vaccinated along with photo ID prior to entry into the ballpark and/or fully vaccinated sections.