GREENSBORO — Effective Oct. 1, the Carolina Theatre will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative viral test within 72 hours prior to attending or participating in an event for everyone age 12 and above.
The rules are designed to minimize exposure to COVID-19 for patrons, artists, staff and volunteers, the theater said in a news release.
Proof will be required before entry to the theater and will be accepted in the form of an original vaccination card, a photocopy or digital image of the card, or a printout of negative test results, along with a photo ID.
In addition to following local, state and federal guidelines and mandates, the theater has taken the following steps:
Masks are required in accordance with the Guilford County Board of Commissioners’ updated policy as of Aug. 13. Everyone over the age of 5 must wear a face covering. (Concessions can be enjoyed once seated in the auditorium.)
Social distancing is encouraged.
Hand sanitation stations can be found throughout the theater lobby, with regular cleaning of high-touch areas by theater staff.
All theater restrooms have been upgraded with touchless toilets, sinks, soap dispensers and towel dispensers.
Paperless e-tickets are now in use for all events.