The Golden State Warriors have received permission to allow fans at Chase Center for home games starting on April 23 against the Denver Nuggets.
Per Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle, the city of San Francisco will allow the Warriors to host 35 percent capacity during home games.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed told reporters at a March 24 press conference that the city was working with the Warriors to determine a potential plan for them to host fans at home before the end of the regular season.
The San Francisco Giants received clearance from city health officials on April 1 to host up to 22 percent capacity crowds at Oracle Park starting with their home opener set for Friday against the Colorado Rockies.
Per an official statement from the Warriors, fans attending games must provide proof that they have either been fully vaccinated or had a negative COVID-19 test administered within 48 hours before a game.
Maximum capacity at Chase Center for Warriors games is 18,064 under normal circumstances. A 35 percent cap on that total is approximately 6,322 fans.
The Warriors will have nine home games remaining in the regular season beginning with their April 23 matchup with the Nuggets.