Coventry City Chief Executive Dave Boddy has urged fans to use the enforced break in home games to get ready for the Government’s new COVID restrictions at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
Fans must provide a COVID Pass, whether digitally or as a paper certificate, or alternatively proof of a negative lateral flow test.
The Sky Blues’ next home game is on Wednesday 29th December at the Coventry Building Society Arena against Millwall, and Boddy urged fans to get prepared now for the new regulations.
“We were all disappointed that the Stoke City game could not go ahead,” said Boddy.
“However this break does mean that we now have around 12 days until our next home game for fans to get ready for these changes.
“While Christmas is also in this period, this does give fans the opportunity to get their COVID Pass ready for the Millwall game and make sure that they are able to enter the ground.
“Without the COVID Pass, or proof of a negative lateral flow test, then we are unable to admit supporters to the ground.
“We have comprehensive information on our website, as well as links to further details for supporters there to Government and Local Authority websites, and I’d urge supporters to make sure they are prepared for these changes.”
The Government is urging people to make sure they get their booster jabs, or 1st or 2nd doses of COVID Vaccination. For more information click here.