Warriors to welcome limited fans back at Chase Center starting on April 23

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The last time the Golden State Warriors played in front of the Dub Nation fanbase was March 7, 2020. Soon, Steph Curry, Draymond Green, James Wiseman and the rest of the Warriors will be able to hear the live cheers of their home fanbase.

After playing most of their home games in an empty arena due to coronavirus social distancing guidelines, the Warriors will soon welcome back fans at San Francisco’s Chase Center.

On Thursday, the Warriors announced that Chase Center has been approved to host fans for the regular season’s remaining nine home games, beginning on April 23. According to guidelines set by the California State Department of Public Health, Chase Center will be able to hold up to 35% of the arena’s capacity.

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To watch the Warriors live at Chase Center, all fans will have to provide proof of a complete vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the game’s start.

With fans back in the arena on April 23, the Warriors will meet the Denver Nuggets at 7 p.m. During Golden State’s stretch run before the postseason, fans will be able to be in attendance for matchups with the Sacramento Kings, Dallas Mavericks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Utah Jazz, Phoenix Suns, New Orleans Pelicans and Memphis Grizzlies.

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