A small number of fully vaccinated cricket fans in Saint Lucia will have the chance to see West Indies take on South Africa.

Following the request from the Government of St. Lucia to explore the opportunity to have fans at the game, the Ministry of Health and COVID-19 Command Centre, in co-ordination with the St. Lucia National Cricket Association and Cricket West Indies will allow entry of a maximum of 400 fans per day to the second Test.

The key requirement for fans to attend is that each fan requesting a ticket MUST be fully vaccinated – with the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine having been administered on or before June 4.

Admission will be free on presentation and validation of personal vaccination documentation and photo ID.

Fans will need to wear face masks to gain entry to the match and then keep wearing masks throughout the match.

Fans will also need to remain socially distanced at all times when seated in the Johnson Charles Stand, which will be the only stand open for fans.

Additionally, with vendors not available in the stadium, fans will be able to bring their own food and non-alcoholic drinks.