We strongly recommend that anyone who is considered to be “high-risk” under CDC guidelines, refrain from coming to the ballpark at this time. Visit cdc.gov/coronavirus to learn more about CDC guidelines.
The Red Sox will continue to place the highest priority on the health and safety of all employees, players, and fans that enter Fenway Park and will fully comply with the updated guidance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and City of Boston. Fans are also reminded that masks are mandatory on public and private transportation systems including rideshares, taxis, MBTA and commuter rail. The health survey that has been a requirement prior to entering the ballpark this season will be eliminated starting May 29, however, bags will continue to be restricted, with exceptions limited to medical devices and diaper bags. Cashless payment options will continue to be available at all concessions and merchandise points of sale. Enhanced cleaning of restrooms and other high touch areas by the Fenway Park Clean Team will continue and hand sanitizer and wipes will be available at entry gates and throughout the concourse. Fans exhibiting any potential symptoms of COVID-19 should contact the nearest Fenway Park staff member to request medical evaluation.
As of August 27, the City of Boston has reinstated an indoor mask mandate. Masking will be required in all publicly accessible indoor spaces at Fenway Park, regardless of vaccination status, with the exception of those who are actively eating and drinking. This includes:
- Team stores
- Indoor clubs, restaurants, and suites
Those who are not full vaccinated are encouraged to wear a mask at all times. Masks must cover both nose and mouth.