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13.01.2022 10:27 News >> Only Half Of Australian Open Tickets To Be Sold As Precaution Amid COVID-19

Only Half Of Australian Open Tickets To Be Sold As Precaution Amid COVID-19

Victoria state government announces Melbourne Park tickets will be capped at 50% as COVID 19 precaution.

Australian Open ticket sales will be limited at 50 per cent capacity, the Victoria state government announced on Thursday.
The government added that all tickets purchased to date remain valid, no tickets will be canceled or changed, and there will be no changes to ground pass access.
According to the statement, face masks will be mandatory for all patrons, except when eating or drinking, and the event will align with Victoria's statewide COVIDSafe settings.
It is also stated that ventilation will be improved in indoor areas of Melbourne Park, with HEPA filters to be installed in some spaces after a ventilation assessment is completed for the venue.
The 2022 Australian Open, one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, will be held on January 17-30 at Melbourne Park. -



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