The Bahrain Grand Prix promoters have announced the event will be open only to those spectators who have been vaccinated against or recovered from Covid-19.

Tickers are now on sale for the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix, which will be the season opener after Australia’s postponement, and the admission requirement is to either be vaccinated against Covid-19 or being a recovered patient from the disease.

Those allowed to enter the Bahrain International Circuit grounds will be identified by two badges, the “Fully Vaccinated Individual” (meaning 2 weeks have passed since the second dose was received), and the “Recovered Covid Case” (meaning 2 weeks have passed since the date of infection) ones.

“Entry will only be granted to ticket holders on presentation of one of these badges,” the promoters of the Grand Prix said. “Failure to do so will result in entry being denied.”

“All entertainment and fan experiences will be outdoors.” There will be “health screening on entry, with mask-wearing compulsory at all times,” says the Bahrain International Circuit website.

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