Broadway theaters in New York City announced on Friday, they will require proof of COVID vaccinations for audience members, performers, and other workers through October. Audiences members will also be required to wear masks inside theaters.
All 41 theaters will enforce the policy, which will be reviewed in September. Groups unable to get the vaccine — children under 12, those with medical conditions, or those with closely held religious beliefs” — will need to provide a negative test result, the company said.
The decision comes as the Delta variant has caused a surge in virus cases across the country. CDC officials have recommended that vaccinated persons resume wearing masks indoors where high transmission is possible.
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