SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Symphony and Utah Opera would require proof of vaccination or a detrimental COVID-19 check to see a present.
The humanities corporations introduced that efficient Sept. 16, individuals who need to see a present should both convey their vaccination card or proof of a detrimental COVID-19 check inside 72 hours of a efficiency at Abravanel Corridor or the Capitol Theatre.
“At the moment, efficient September 16, face coverings will proceed to be required for many who should not vaccinated—together with kids underneath age 12—and will probably be strongly inspired for many who are vaccinated,” the Utah Symphony and Utah Opera said on their website.
“Proof of vaccination or detrimental Covid-19 exams, in addition to legitimate picture identification akin to a driver’s license or faculty ID, will probably be checked on the entrances to Abravanel Corridor and Janet Q. Lawson Capitol Theatre.”
The Utah Symphony and Utah Opera are the most recent arts teams to require proof of vaccination for entry to a present. Salt Lake Acting Company started to require it for their #SLACabaret performances, upcoming exhibits on the Eccles Theatre and a few performances at Ogden Twilight and the Salt Lake Twilight Live performance Collection have additionally begun to require it.