The Dr. Phillips Center has updated its COVID-19 health and safety policies for guests visiting the Center for the Performing Arts.
What is happening:
- In a statement shared with ticket holders and subscribers this afternoon, December 28, 2021, Dr Phillips Center said:
- “Creating the safest environment for guests, artists, students and colleagues continues to be our top priority. As a result, effective Thursday, December 30, masks or blankets will be mandatory for all people two years of age and older who attend or work at indoor performances, regardless of their immunization status. It will not be necessary to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test result or vaccine status. “
- The old policy went into effect on November 22, and requirements were lifted for masks and negative COVID-19 tests for all indoor shows and events.
- For up-to-date information Visit the Dr Phillips Center website.
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