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Nationals Park Back to Full Capacity

NBC Washington D.C. logo NBC Washington D.C. 6/11/2021 Gina Cook
a group of people on a stage in front of a crowd: Washington Nationals fans wave their caps in the stadium for the first time in 17 months during Opening Day action against the Atlanta Braves at Nationals Park (Photo by Jonathan Newton /The Washington Post via Getty Images) © The Washington Post via Getty Im

Washington Nationals fans wave their caps in the stadium for the first time in 17 months during Opening Day action against the Atlanta Braves at Nationals Park (Photo by Jonathan Newton /The Washington Post via Getty Images)

It's time to take everyone out to the ballgame.

Nationals Park will be open at full capacity for the rest of the season.

Fans will notice some changes around the ballpark, including several updates to health and safety protocols.

Fully vaccinated fans – meaning two weeks past the final COVID-19 shot – do not have to wear a face mask at Nationals Park, either indoors or outdoors.

Ticketed fans who are not fully vaccinated will be required to wear an approved face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking within the ticketed seats. To see the approved list of face coverings and learn more about the updated health and safety policies, visit here.

Bags are once again permitted inside Nationals Park, as long as they are smaller than 16” x 16” x 8”, with the exception of diaper bags and medically necessary bags. No backpacks are allowed.

Approved bags will be opened and inspected by Nationals security staff. Unapproved bags may be stored in a Binbox locker, located outside of Right Field and Home Plate Gates for $10 - $12 per locker.

Single game tickets are on sale now to the general public for the rest of the season.

Notable opponents visiting Nationals Park this year include the Los Angeles Dodgers in early July, the Chicago Cubs in late July and early August, and the Boston Red Sox in early October.

Bad weather postponed Thursday evening's game against the San Francisco Giants, which would have been the first full-capacity home game since the Nats were in the World Series in 2019.

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