Following the Government’s easing of Plan B restrictions, supporters who attend matches at Molineux will no longer be required to present a Covid pass as a condition of entry.
In line with new Premier League guidance, neither proof of a Covid-19 vaccination nor a negative lateral flow test will need to be shown, starting with this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup fourth round fixture at home to Norwich City.
Despite the easing of restrictions, the health and safety of supporters, staff and players is at the forefront of the club’s thinking, so fans are urged to follow public health guidance to keep each other safe on a matchday.
Although supporters attending matches at Molineux will no longer be required to provide evidence that they are displaying a low risk of transmitting Covid-19, it is vital that everyone continues to do everything possible to minimise the risk of passing on the virus.
There are some simple ways fans can help keep each other stay safe on a matchday:
Be responsible and do not travel if you have Covid-19 symptoms
Wear face coverings in indoor and crowded areas
Continue to wash hands regularly
The best way to protect yourself and others from Covid-19 is to get vaccinated, including the booster vaccination.
Supporters who are feeling unwell with Covid-19 symptoms or any cold or flu-type symptoms, should not attend the game.
We strongly encourage all supporters to take a lateral flow test ahead of leaving for Molineux on a matchday to check there is no risk of passing on the virus.