Old Globe will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination starting Tuesday


SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Starting Tuesday, people attending an event or show at the Old Globe will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.

“The health and safety of the public, artists, staff and the entire community is the top priority for The Old Globe, especially as the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 continue to evolve,” said Globe officials. “Through close consultation with medical and public health officials, we are announcing a new set of policies for attending a play or event at the Old Globe. “

“Fully vaccinated” is defined by the United States Centers for Disease Control as at least 14 days after receiving the second dose of a two-dose vaccine – either the Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna vaccine – or a dose of single injection vaccine Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

To be admitted to Globe theaters, participants must present photo ID and proof of their vaccination status. Acceptable proof of vaccination is the COVID-19 vaccination record issued at the time of inoculation, a photograph of the client’s vaccination record or a digital vaccination record.

California residents can request a digital immunization record at https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/.

Customers who do not receive COVID-19 vaccines for medical reasons or religious beliefs may attend a production at The Old Globe, but must submit negative results from a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of their receipt. entry into the establishment.

Customers under the age of 12, whose age does not yet allow vaccination, may attend a production but will be required to wear a mask or present negative results of a COVID-19 PCR test.

Documents will be checked by Globe staff members before clients are admitted. Staff will deny admission to anyone who does not provide the necessary documentation or who does not follow any policies related to COVID.

“When the Old Globe indoor theaters reopen in September, customers attending performances at these theaters – the Old Globe Theater and the Sheryl and Harvey White theaters – are required to wear masks throughout the performance as an added safety measure. “, said officials.

It is recommended, but not required, that patrons wear masks when attending the production of “Hair” at the Globe’s Lowell Davies Festival Open-Air Theater and all scheduled events at Globe’s Copley Plaza.

“Hair,” the rock musical, continues airing at 8 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and ends August 31.

“Les jardins d’Anuncia”, a world premiere musical comedy commissioned by The Globe, begins September 10 and runs through October 17.

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