In accordance with Mayor Muriel Bowser’s guidance, the below guidance outlines our new protocols within Nationals Park . The health & safety of our fans will remain our top priority as an organization, and our close collaboration with health experts and the Government of the District Columbia to maintain a safe ballpark environment will continue.
All ticketed fans will be required to wear an approved face covering at all times when in an indoor area at Nationals Park, regardless of vaccination status, unless they are actively eating or drinking.
If you are entering any indoor space at Nationals Park (including but not limited to, restaurant, retail store, bathrooms, clubs, elevators, stairwells, corridors, conference rooms, offices, first aid, sensory room and nursing mothers lounge) you must wear a mask unless you are actively eating or drinking.
If you are ticketed into a suite at Nationals Park and you elect to have your suite glass closed you must wear a mask unless actively eating or drinking. If you request to have your suite glass open, you do not need to wear a mask if you are fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated fans – meaning you are two weeks past your final shot.
Those who do not comply with the mandatory face covering policy will receive a verbal warning followed by potential removal from the ballpark. The safety of our guests is our priority and adherence to the new health and safety policies is non-negotiable.
For fans who are not fully vaccinated, face coverings are required everywhere at Nationals Park and may only be temporarily removed when guests are ACTIVELY eating or drinking within their assigned seating pods. Fully vaccinated fans - meaning you are two weeks past your final shot.
For those required to wear face coverings, they must adequately cover both your nose and mouth.
Permitted face coverings: KN95, N95, Cloth, Surgical/3-Ply and Face Shield (only when accompanied by another approved face covering)
Not Permitted: Bandana, Gaiter and any face covering with an exhalation valve
Children who are age two and older who are unvaccinated must wear a face covering.
We thank you for your patience and understanding in following these guidelines during this unprecedented time. Welcome home, fans.