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NCAA reminds fans to follow health and safety measures at Final Fours

With semifinal games tipping off Friday in San Antonio and Saturday in Indianapolis, the NCAA is reminding fans to follow health and safety protocols in place for the Women’s and Men’s Final Fours.

Developed in coordination with local health officials, these measures include wearing face coverings, practicing physical distancing, washing hands and staying home if experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19.

“As fans plan to attend the championships, including those traveling to Texas and Indiana, we encourage them to stay vigilant and practice these important health and safety measures for their benefit and for those around them,” said Dan Gavitt, NCAA senior vice president of basketball.

Fan attendance is limited at the Final Fours based on local public health guidelines, and seating is spaced out in the Alamodome in San Antonio and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to ensure physical distancing. Interactions with student-athletes, team personnel and officials are prohibited.

In addition, tickets are mobile-only, and concession sales are cashless. Fans also are reminded they must use clear bags for items they want to bring to the games.

Click here for more information on the Women’s Final Four.

Click here for more information on the Men’s Final Four.