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A new mask mandate in Los Angeles County will require fans attending the LSU-UCLA game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena to wear a face covering, regardless of their vaccination status.

The new mandate is due to the rising COVID-19 cases in the area.

The kickoff between LSU and UCLA on September 4 is set for 7:30 pm CT.

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15 Comments
Can't believe so many people have no problem being slaves to the gubment.
Reply30 days
Wait they told all of us that if you get vaccinated you won’t have to wear a mask anymore?? Guess they felt like they would lose a little a control over us so they changed their minds on that rule lol.. What a bunch clueless jackasses.
Reply30 days
Can't wait to see the you tube vids of the OT & tRant Baws being kicked out of the stadium for not complying!
Reply30 days
I'm so glad I didn't end up getting flights and tickets for this.
Reply1 month
50,000 wearing mask below their nose or under their chin.
Reply1 month
Exactly what I was thinking. Half the stadium is going to ignore it.
1 month
Unless it's an N95 mask, you're only going to feel warm and fuzzy inside with a placebo effect. But, you know, the science.
Reply1 month
Glad to hear it
Reply1 month
DBAP
1 month
Stay in your house in the fetal position forever. Masks are no more than binkies for stupid bitches like you.
30 days
Y'all have fun
Reply1 month
lol
Reply1 month
More fear. More oppression. The subjugation will continue until morale improves.
Reply1 month
You've had a pretty soft life if this feels like oppression and subjugatio to you
1 month
Newsome and the California government could pull the plug on spectators any day now. Hope ticket buyers can get all their money back.
Reply1 month
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