The COVID-19 pandemic turned the sports world into an overwhelming silence of stadiums and stands in 2020. Now, with vaccination guidelines and a notable reduction in the numbers of infected people, the 2021 season of Formula 1 is just around the corner and the organization of the Bahrain Grand Prix declared ready to let people enjoy the race from the circuit.
Being the first date of the championship, set to be held at the Sakhir Circuit exactly 21 days from today on the weekend of March 26-28, the Bahrain government and management of the Grand Prix announced that the sale of tickets to the public is now available.
BREAKING: Tickets on sale NOW for the 2021 Formula 1 Gulf Air #BahrainGP! A chance to witness #TheFirstEdition of F1 2021, from 26 to 28 March.— Bahrain Int. Circuit (@BAH_Int_Circuit) March 4, 2021
Important note: Tickets are only available to vaccinated or COVID-19 recovered individuals. Visit https://t.co/T9mOq5Taj0 for more info. pic.twitter.com/y5Rp5J6NHM
However, there are demanding entry criteria. To be able to acquire the ticket for the race it is necessary that two weeks of having received the second dose of the vaccine against COVID-19 had passed, or, on the other hand, have 2 weeks of being recovered. This situation is demonstrated by registration in the BeAware App and a green badge showing that the person is healthy enough to attend to public places and not spread the disease.
In addition, only the Grandstand of the circuit and Turn 1 stands will be available.
Added to the input measures, there will be other protection measures for the attendants such as:
●Vending area entertainment, food, beverage, and fan experiences have been carefully selected to allow for health protection measures and enhanced sanitation.
● Health screening on entry, with mask-wearing compulsory at all times.
● All entertainment and fan experiences will be outdoors.