The Chicago Bears announced Wednesday they are allowing fans to attend training camp at Halas Hall after a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The full details of the announcement can be found here, but there are some quick details worth noting.
There are approximately 1,000 tickets created per day that are required to attend training camp at Halas Hall. The tickets are free, like before, and are available through a drawing. The drawing opens at noon on Thursday, July 8 and closes at noon on Thursday, July 15.
The tickets are mobile only and training camp dates run from July 29 through August 25.
Due to the parking requirements, fans will be utilizing a shuttle to get to the facility. On this shuttle, all fans will be required to wear a mask. Furthermore, all unvaccinated attendees are required to wear a mask throughout the day.
Also, due to the health restrictions and protocols, autographs will not be allowed.
The first public practice is Thursday July 29 at 9 AM where fans will get their first glimpse at Bears training camp at Halas Hall.
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