Washington Concert Opera announces new health regulations
The Washington Concert Opera will require proof of vaccination for its upcoming 2021-22 season.
The organization has announced that it will require all guests, staff and performers to be fully vaccinated in order to attend shows and events until further notice.
The company noted that a person “fully vaccinated” means that 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of double-dose vaccines authorized by the FDA or WHO or that 14 days have passed since receiving the vaccine. the only dose of single-dose vaccines authorized by the FDA or WHO. vaccines.
All guests will be required to show proof of vaccination or, for those who are not vaccinated, proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of the show start time.
In addition, masks will be required for indoor shows and events until further notice. All staff, volunteers and visitors will be required to wear face masks for all indoor shows and events and will be encouraged to do so outdoors as well.
There will be extensive distancing and security measures for all indoor performances, including temperature checks for all customers, staff and staff entering interior spaces, as well as limiting the capacity of the audience to all indoor performances. The company will also implement a 35-minute intermission for everyone to use the facilities and printed programs will be available to customers.