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Coronavirus patron protocols in place for LPGA Marathon Classic

Temperature checks, enforced social distancing, no cash sales and sanitizing stations are just a few of the protocols in place to make the tournament happen.

SYLVANIA, Ohio — On Tuesday, officials with the LPGA Marathon Classic announced COVID-19 protocols that will be put in place for the upcoming tournament in August. 

Before patrons arrive, all attendees will be asked to review the CDC's symptom questionnaire. If you are experiencing any symptoms or your temperature is 100 degrees or higher, you're asked to seek medical advice and not to attend the tournament.

The tournament strongly encourages any and all spectators to wear a mask. Attendees will be allowed to bring their own masks or be provided one upon arrival. 

All spectators and volunteers will go through thermal scanning prior to gaining access to the course. If the temperature reading is 100 or higher, the individual is asked to stay at home and seek medical advice.

While at the tournament there will be enforced social distancing, which is to maintain at least six feet of separation at all times, with families excluded.

Sanitizing stations will be located throughout the course and all point of sale locations will not accept cash as a form of payment. Instead, all sales will be done with credit cards only.

Public parking will be available in Lot B located on Centennial Road, where there will be thermal scanning for temperatures available. 

Lastly, for the safety of patrons and players, autographs will not be permitted.

The LPGA Marathon Classic is scheduled for August 3-9.

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