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Stagecoach, Coachella no longer require proof of COVID-19 vaccination

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No vaccine proof is required to attend the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals in California next year.

Coachella and Stagecoach, scheduled for April 15-17 and 22-24, is scheduled to take place from April 29 to May 1 at Empire Polo Square in Indio, with all festival attendees announced in August that they must show documents. vaccination to access events.

Goldenvoice organizer said on Tuesday that it has updated its health and safety policy on its Stagecoach social network accounts, so festival attendees can choose between two options: proof of a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination for admission.

Although the same message was not posted on Coachella’s account, it was posted on the festival website under the headline “Goldenvoice announces health and safety policy update”.

“As we see with our own hands the low level of information and successful implementation of security protocols at our festivals recently, we believe we can safely update our policy for Stagecoach as Americans’ vaccination rates increase. , which allows for a negative kovid test. 72-hour event or proof of full vaccination, ”Goldenvoice said in a chart posted on Twitter.

“Thank you for coming on the trip, because we’re continuing to travel at unprecedented times so we can have a good rest. I’ll look forward to seeing you soon!” The body of the tweet was read.

This change in policy means that California has the lowest prevalence of COVID-19 in the country, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in late September.

Stagecoach will be shared by Thomas Rhet, Kerry Underwood and Lux ​​Combs, Coachella by Rage Against the Machine and Travis Scott.

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