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Should Vaccination Passports be introduced in Arts Venues?

It has now turned out that those who have taken the jab are pitted against some of the vaccine hesitators By Edward Tsumele This question was an issue that was debated extensively  by Theatre  and Dance Alliance that demonstrated that the issue of vaccinating or not, is not a done deal, and there is a long way to go. This debate has become increasingly relevant since President Cyril Ramaphosa relaxed Covid-19 restrictions allowing 250 people into a venue, potentially giving a leeway for the arts to run at a profitable level. Or rather asked differently, will you be willing to work in an intimate space such as a film set or theatre venue with someone who is not vaccinated by choice and who has not taken a CVR test either because they insist they will not take a chance on vaccines whose clinical trials are still on going and the picture will probably be clearer by 2023? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); The answers are not easy, but this clearly is a very crucial debate right now, especially as some kind of space has been opened for the arts to restart at a level that

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