With a week and a half prior to the first home game for the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns, the athletics department announced on Wednesday the implementation of COVID-19 safety measures for fans and the general public to follow at Ragin’ Cajuns Football games for the 2020 season.
The stadium This includes setting a 25-percent maximum capacity for Cajun Field, as well as specific entrance protocols and seating arrangements for season ticket holders and University students.
Parking lots and entrances to Cajun Field will both open two hours prior to kick off each game day. Tailgating and residential vehicles will not be permitted at Cajun Field for the 2020 season.
Face coverings will be required for entrance into the stadium, and must also be worn in all common areas, such as restrooms, concourses, and concession areas. All gameday workers, vendors, and staff will wear face coverings at all times and will be checked and screened prior to entry into the stadium.
Per CDC guidelines, face coverings should not be worn by children under the age of two or anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove face coverings without assistance.
You can read the full details concerning tailgating and more here
Cajun Field’s 25-percent maximum capacity will include several social distancing measures, such as the addition of a 6-foot buffer around each ticket block. All aisles, entrances and landing areas will also have marked off 6-foot buffers. Fans will be required to sit in the seat listed on their ticket to ensure proper social distancing.