Posted: Nov 12, 2020
Ticketmaster plans to require proof of COVID vaccine test from customers. In preparation for a COVID-19 vaccine, Ticketmaster is working on a plan to safely allow people to return to concerts in 2021 by verifying if they tested negative for COVID-19 or have been vaccinated, Billboard reported. While the plan is still in the development phase, the company told Billboard customers will be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test result approximately 24 to 72 hours, depending on local government requirements, before a concert. Customers would then authorize vaccine distribution providers, like Labcorp or CVS Minute Clinic, to send their results to a health bass company, like CLEAR or IBM. If the test result is negative, the lab will notify Ticketmaster, who then will grant the customer access to their tickets. If they test positive or haven't shown proof of vaccination, they won't be allowed to attend the event.
By John Bacon, Jessica Flores, and Jorge L. Ortiz
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