Covid-19 Safety Policies - Lancaster Barnstormers
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Covid-19 Safety Policies

The safety and well-being of our guests is of the utmost importance to the Lancaster Barnstormers and Otto’s Hospitality, our food and beverage provider. The Lancaster Barnstormers will follow the guidance of national, state, and local agencies, to continue to develop these policies and to determine the appropriate time for hosting events of various scopes at Clipper Magazine Stadium. The input of local and regional medical and health partners also plays a significant role in informing the below policies.

The public’s cooperation is requested in executing this plan. Please do not attend an event at Clipper Magazine Stadium if you have been exposed to COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to the event.

As needed, updates will be made to this web page and communicated via Lancaster Barnstormers social media channels and email blasts.

Facial Coverings (REQUIRED)

  • Guests are REQUIRED to wear facial coverings at all times while at Clipper Magazine Stadium (except when actively eating or drinking)  Thank you for your cooperation.
  • Non-medical masks, bandanas, scarves, cloths, and face shields may be used.
  • Guest services staff and/or security staff will enforce mask-wearing requirements. Non-compliance may result in removal from the venue.
  • Ballpark staff will be required to wear a face covering in any common area, including both employee-only spaces and public-facing locations.

Guest Experience / Social Distancing

  • Sections 25 and 26 will be reserved for fans who would like to practice social distancing while watching the game. All other sections will be open for ticket purchases as in previous years.
  • Some sinks, toilets  and urinals will be closed to allow for proper distancing in those spaces.
  • Elevator capacity will be restricted to no more than one person or one entire party from the same family or group that are part of the same seating group.
  • The Wohlsen Team Store will be assigned a one-way entrance and exit. A limited number of shoppers will be allowed inside the store at any one time.
  • The ballpark capacity will be limited based upon current PA Department of Health guidelines.
  • If guests are not feeling well, they are asked to not attend an event at Clipper Magazine Stadium.

Limited Touchpoints

  • The concessions areas at Clipper Magazine Stadium will be cashless. We will only accept credit cards.
  • We strongly encourage you to purchase admission online. You will receive a confirmation email which you can print or present using a touchless process.
  • Tickets printed from home or digital tickets from attendee’s mobile phones will be scanned at entry.
  • Water fountains will not be available.

Cleaning Practices

  • Clipper Magazine Stadium has increased the frequency and scope of cleaning and sanitizing between events as well as between guests at events. This includes the cleaning of all flat surfaces, including but not limited to concessions counters, drink rails, door handles, and restroom sinks and counters.
  • Hand sanitizer stations have been added in high-traffic areas on all levels of the ballpark, including both public areas and employee offices.
  • Clipper Magazine Stadium has implemented the use of CDC/PA Department Of Health approved disinfection solutions that will be used to disinfect surfaces throughout the venue prior to, during, and after events.

Food & Beverage

  • Menu items will be limited and packaged to allow for safe distancing for employees during the preparation process and then for both employees and fans during the ordering and service process.
  • Condiments and similar items will be distributed in pre-packaged servings or via a touchless system.
  • No outside food and beverage items are permitted.

Staff Policies

  • Clipper Magazine Stadium staff will be required to wear a face covering in any common area, including both employee-only spaces and public-facing locations.
  • Depending on regular duties, many staff members will be required to wear protective gloves in accordance with the most recent guidelines from health authorities.
  • Any staff member that is not feeling well will not be allowed entry into the ballpark.