Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-10-24 00:59:04 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — a day long-awaited by sports fans at the University of Hawaii (UH) — is finally your chance to support the Rainbow Warriors directly. On Saturday, October 23, UH fought New Mexico State University at Clarence TC Chin Stadium.
The Saturday night match was allowed for the first time since 2019 and since the COVID pandemic began in 2020, allowing fans to return to the stands and play in front of the spectators.
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There is excitement in the air. It’s a topic that comes before big games, and it’s a big game for UH fans and Rainbow Warriors. However, it took a little extra effort for the fans participating in the game. There were some issues, but in most cases the process went smoothly.
Almost two years later, enthusiastic fans couldn’t wait for the chance to directly support the Rainbow Warrior.
“It’s the same here,” said UH sophomore Olivia Granum. “It will be really cool.”
“Last year I felt sick, but I’m excited. I’m blessed this year,” said UH student Daisy Tulaupua.
The COVID pandemic limit has limited the capacity of the new 9,000-seat stadium to just 1,000. Tickets for the game sold out quickly and no one was allowed without tickets on campus or near the field.
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“I don’t know,” Kindel said. “We went into the raffle. I literally told her we weren’t going to get it, and I received an email. I was very, very, very excited. I am! “
Longtime UH fans Lynn and Richard Ando were also lucky.
“(We) are very happy to get the ticket. Many of my friends didn’t get the ticket,” explained Richard.
Those who were lucky enough had to obey some new rules. To participate in the game, I needed proof of COVID vaccination. In addition, fans had to complete some additional steps, including downloads, before heading to the stadium. Lumisight UH Health Check App Upload vaccination information to their phone and.
When the spectators arrived on campus, they had to check in to one of the six marked Lumisight clearance locations in order to see the “May Report to Campus” screen on the phone. After the health check was confirmed, they received a wristband.
“I just downloaded the app and took part in the draw. To be honest, that wasn’t a big deal,” Kindel explained.
“It was a very simple process. And you know, we want it, so we’re all safe here.”
University of Houston student Camilia Lirio
“They set it up pretty well,” Richard said. “It was easy, and I like them separating it from ticketing.”
UH Clear bag policy It was valid. The concessions were closed and no food or drink was allowed except water.
The gate to the stadium was opened at 4 pm on Saturday. The only problem was for those who didn’t have a hard copy of the ticket.
“The scanner machine isn’t working,” Tulaupua said. “As you know, I understand that they haven’t used it for nearly two years. So we don’t blame them, but we’re excited. We’re very much in supporting the school. I’m excited. That is, if we have to wait, we will wait. “
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“As long as we can get in,” Lirio added.
“As long as we can get in. We worked hard for these tickets,” Tulaupua said.
Kick-off was 6 pm
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