Broadway To Lift Audience Mask Mandate

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Published on June 21, 2022 - Duration: 01:30s

Broadway To Lift Audience Mask Mandate

Broadway To Lift , Audience Mask Mandate.

On June 21, the Broadway League announced that audiences will no longer be required to wear a mask starting July 1.

CNBC reports that NYC's 41 Broadway theaters will institute a "mask optional" policy, though they are still encouraged.

Monthly re-evaluations will be implemented as health data is made available.

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Millions of people enjoyed the unique magic of Broadway by watching the 75th Tony Award Ceremony recently.

, Charlotte St.

Martin, president of the Broadway League, via press release.

Millions of people enjoyed the unique magic of Broadway by watching the 75th Tony Award Ceremony recently.

, Charlotte St.

Martin, president of the Broadway League, via press release.

Millions of people enjoyed the unique magic of Broadway by watching the 75th Tony Award Ceremony recently.

, Charlotte St.

Martin, president of the Broadway League, via press release.

Millions more have experienced Broadway LIVE in theatres in New York City and throughout the U.S., since we reopened last fall, Charlotte St.

Martin, president of the Broadway League, via press release.

Weโ€™re thrilled to welcome even more of our passionate fans back to Broadway in the exciting โ€™22-โ€™23 season that has just begun, Charlotte St.

Martin, president of the Broadway League, via press release.

Following COVID shutdowns, shows returned to Broadway nearly 18 months later with vaccine and mask mandates.

Broadway vaccine requirements halted on April 30.

CNBC reports that the week ending June 12 saw about 240,000 Broadway patrons


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