“Another music venue in Minnesota has joined the list of businesses requiring proof of vaccination for visitors.
The Minnesota Orchestra, a Grammy-award winning orchestra that performs at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, announced that it will be requiring either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID test prior to entering the music hall to attend a show. Vaccination must be completed 14 days prior to attending an event, the orchestra says.
The venue will also continue to require masks for everyone inside the building regardless of vaccination status, a measure that was reinstated on August 13. The maximum capacity has been 50% for all shows at Orchestra Hall throughout the summer.
The vaccine guidelines will be in place beginning Sept. 20 and will be applied to all visitors, musicians, employees, volunteers, and other guests inside the building.”
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