Fayetteville’s live theaters require visitors to get vaccinated and take tests
FAYETTEVILLE – People attending shows or exhibitions at Walton Arts Center and TheatreSquared will no longer need to provide proof of covid-19 vaccination or test negative, but will continue to wear masks.
The Walton Art Center’s policy change will take effect on Monday. TheatreSquared’s requirement to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test ended on Sunday.
A press release from the Walton Arts Center said the updated policy is in response to a downward trend in new cases of covid-19 in the region as well as a growing percentage of the population vaccinated against the disease. Policy could change based on public health guidelines or laws.
Fayetteville has a mask mandate for interior public spaces. Last month, city council voted to extend the term until the city’s board of health recommends it be lifted or relaxed, or if a court ruling renders the term unenforceable.
For more information, call the Walton Arts Center at (479) 443-5600 or go to http://waltonartscenter.org. TheatreSquared can be contacted at (479) 777-7477 or go to http://theatre2.org.
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