Dallas Mavericks to lift COVID test and vaccine requirements for general attendance

The Dallas Mavericks revealed that most attendees to their home games will not have to submit a negative COVID test or proof of vaccination. Attendees must still have to mask up per a countywide order.

Back on Saturday, the team website made the announcement, and it’ll go into effect on November 15th. The revision entails that the general population of fans in attendance for games at the American Airlines Center will not need to complete a fan health survey to enter, nor provide vaccine status or a negative test result to enter the area.

It’s specified, however, that for fans seated within 15 feet of the court, they’ll need to provide proof of a negative COVID test or vaccine proof onto mavscheckin.com. The Dallas Mavericks website provides a list of seats that fit within the 15 feet parameter.

This is said to be the protocol outlined by the NBA, overall.