Planning to attend Raiders gameday? Here’s everything you need to know

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The Raiders are about to hit the field on Monday, September 13, against the Baltimore Ravens – its first home game to be held at Allegiant Stadium since fans were mandated to be vaccinated as per the Emergency Directive 049 of the State of Nevada Governor. Other than Raiders, two NFL teams (New Orleans and Seattle) have also put a vaccine mandate in place.

If you are planning to attend the upcoming game, here is what the Raiders announced for alternate screening.

Fans will be asked to provide their vaccination information before admission using the CLEAR Health Pass. But alternate screening can also be done for those who will not be able to use the CLEAR Health Pass before admission, KRON4 reported. The said screening can be applied if:

·         The fan has not yet completed vaccine doses by September 13th

·         The fan received has vaccine (any vaccine other than Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson/Janssen) that is not backed by the CLEAR app

·         The fan secured a digital vaccine card or a photo of the said card that cannot be uploaded into the CLEAR Health Pass

·         The fan tags along a complete of partially vaccinated guest aged 12 to 13 years old who cannot be added to the CLEAR app

Fans are recommended to finish the alternate screening at the stadium before the game schedule for convenience on Monday Night Football. The Raiders announced screening schedules on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11 and 12, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Lot B of Allegiant Stadium. More information regarding the alternate screening, with ID and vaccination needs, and stadium locations can be found on the official Allegiant Stadium website.