United Center Will Now Require Proof of COVID Vaccination Beginning January 3

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United Center Will Now Require Proof of COVID Vaccination Beginning January 3

Chicago Blackhawks

Beginning January 3rd, the United Center will be requiring proof of a COVID vaccination to attend Blackhawks and Bulls games, in accordance with new Chicago City Health requirements.

You can find full details on the United Center here, and full city details here. Among the details:

•   Fans age 5 and older must show proof of full vaccination.
•   Fans age 16 and over will also need to provide identification that matches their vaccination record.
•   The City of Chicago mask mandate also remains in effect for all public indoor settings.

Previously, going to games at the United Center meant you needed to provide proof of a COVID vaccination or recent negative COVID test. With the new City requirements, the option to provide a negative test is out, expect for those that have a valid medical or religious exemption.

The Bulls host their first game at the United Center with the new requirements on January 3 agains the Orlando Magic, while the Blackhawks will host their first home game with the new requirements on January 4 against the Colorado Avalanche.



Author: Mario Tirabassi

Mario Tirabassi is a writer for Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @Mario_Tirabassi.