Wichita, Kansas 2021-08-19 13:04:34 –
Lawrence, Kansas (KSNW) — A popular concert hall in Lawrence has decided to take strict precautions to keep guests and performers as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Liberty Hall on Wednesday for patrons and staff Show evidence of complete vaccination Enter the facility for a live event. A complete vaccination means that at least two weeks have passed since the Johnson & Johnson vaccination, or two weeks after the second vaccination with the Pfizer or Modelna vaccine.
Liberty Hall said the decision was made due to the rapid spread of the Delta variant and the overall increase in COVID-19 cases.
“The live event industry has just been born from the worst year in history,” said Dean Edington, general manager of Liberty Hall. “Many famous (and notorious) venues may not come back to life and may not reopen. Fortunately, the hall survived by the pure will of the staff, and we hold it back. If you can’t, it’s all in vain. ”
The venue said each person would need to present a vaccine card and corresponding identification to enter the venue. Vaccination proof can be a physical paper copy or a snapshot on your mobile device, along with a matching photo ID.
policy According to Liberty Hall, it will come into effect soon and will take effect for the foreseeable future.
The vaccination policy will come into force for the first time on August 22nd for the “Burial and Me” concert.
Hall said he would buy a ticket for the show but get a full refund for those who couldn’t attend due to new vaccination requirements.
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