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Wednesday BP: What you need to know before attending a game

You’ll need to provide proof of vaccination, or a negative coronavirus test to get into Oracle Park.

Jeremy Fowler, (left) and Bradley Beede of Fairfield wait for the gates to open, as the San Francisco Giants get set to take on the Los Angeles Dodgers during opening day of the 2016 MLB season, at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California on Thurs. April 7 Photo by Michael Macor/San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images

Hello and happy Wednesday. I hope you’re having a lovely day.

The San Francisco Giants home opener is just a few days away. On Friday, the Giants will return home to Oracle Park and host the Colorado Rockies, for game No. 1 out of 81. If you missed the news yesterday, we’ll be trying out a live chat feature for the game.

And if you missed the news last week, the Giants will be hosting approximately 8,000 fans, after hosting zero during the 2020 season.

If you plan on being one of those 8,000 — or if you intend on attending a game anytime soon — then you should check out this thread from Oracle Park’s Twitter account. It has the information you need before attending a game.

The most important details are these: If you want to attend a Giants game at Oracle Park, you need to either provide proof that you have been fully vaccinated more than two weeks ago, or you need to provide a negative coronavirus test, taken within three days of the game.

Old, random MCC article for you to read

Travis Ishikawa is starting in left field for the Giants in the 2014 playoffs (Sept. 30, 2014 — Grant Brisbee)

Giants links

What time do the Giants play today?

The Giants play the Padres at 1:10 p.m. PT today.

Have a sensational Wednesday, friends. Go Giants.