The VETS' Safe and Clean Commitment
Welcome back to The VETS. Our continued commitment to your safety remains our highest priority. We have enhanced our air handling and filtration, incorporated new sanitation technologies, and have reduced touchpoints through mobile ticketing, self-scanning ticket kiosks, and contactless payments options. All event staff are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Effective March 1, The VETS will no longer require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to enter most events. Policies follow updated metrics from the Centers for Disease Control and the RI Department of Health, and may change.
Masks are optional at The VETS. Guests, age 2 and up, are encouraged to wear a mask while in the building.
Policies will vary by event. Please notice event-specific policies prior to arrival.
These polices are under constant review and will be updated accordingly.
What We Are Doing To Keep You Safe
The VETS has Installed MERV-13 filters and established enhanced outside air exchange protocols to provide greater amounts of fresh air from its air handling system.
Through our partnerships with Clorox, increased janitorial protocols have been implemented across all areas of the building, focusing on increased cleaning and sanitizing with specific emphasis on high touchpoints and frequency utilizing the latest in Clorox Total 360 Electrostatic Technology.
Touchless Purell hand sanitizer dispensers have been installed throughout the venue. In our restrooms, we have installed automated flush devices for our toilets and urinals as well as touchless Purell soap and paper towel dispensers. Self-scanning ticket kiosks have been installed to allow patrons to scan their own tickets upon entry.
Concessions will be available and new contactless payment options are available including Apple Pay. Guests may lower their mask only while actively eating or drinking.
Masks are optional for all patrons, age 2 and up, regardless of vaccination status. Policies follow updated metrics from the Centers for Disease Control and the RI Department of Health, and may change.