Wednesday, November 24 2021

Monumental Sports & Entertainment announced on Tuesday that effective November 22, fans will no longer be required to wear masks inside the Capital One Arena.

The news comes hours after DC Mayor Muriel Bowser said she would lift the indoor mask mandate the same day.

MSE followed up on this update with a statement from them that includes the company still requiring all of its employees to remain masked while working at games or events.

Capital One Arena has not required proof of vaccination to attend games or events this season.

The news also comes just after the National Hockey League had to postpone several Ottawa Senators games due to a COVID-19 outbreak in their locker room.

Health experts across the country expect COVID-19 cases to increase after the holidays as Thanksgiving and Christmas approaches. Coronavirus infections are already on the rise in more than half of all states right now.

Title photo: Elizabeth Kong / RMNB



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