By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Planning to go to a Dodgers game? Make sure you have a mask on hand.

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People 2 years and older attending Dodgers games are now required to wear a mask or other appropriate face covering while in the covered stadium concourses and at concession stands, in accordance with the latest Los Angeles County Department of Public Health order.

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“It’s not a big deal to me,” one fan said. “Just put on a mask and get on with it.”

A countywide order that people must wear face masks indoors went back into effect over the weekend, regardless of vaccination status. Face masks were reimplemented in response to sharply rising coronavirus case rates and hospitalizations, and the increasing spread of the more contagious Delta variant, especially among those who are unvaccinated.

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Fully-vaccinated people are not required to wear face coverings while seated in their ticketed seats, most of which are in the open air.

And people who want to get their shot can do so at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers will have a mobile coronavirus vaccination clinic on hand during their seven-game homestand through Sunday. The clinic will be on the left field Reserve level and ticket holders who receive their vaccine will get a voucher for two tickets to a future 2021 home game while supplies last.

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