It’s a vaccinated world we’re living in, folks. While everyone is certainly entitled to their own opinions, it’s about to become increasingly difficult for anti-vaxxers to continue to go about their daily, unvaccinated lives. Now, if you’re unvaccinated and want to cheer on your Toronto Raptors or head to a Leafs game, you’ll need to learn the new vaccine rules.
It was just announced by Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment (MLSE), the owners of the Leafs, Raptors, and Toronto FC that proof of vaccination or negative COVID tests would be required at events for all employees, staff, and guests.
A lengthy statement was posted to MLSE’s social media accounts. “To continue to combat the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, MLSE announced that effective mid-September, attendees (including employees, event staff and guests) will be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result to gain access to its arenas, stadium and restaurants.”
As we continue to adapt to these new normals, it’s important to be patient and follow all the rules when attending events or even dining out. At this stage, businesses are just trying to keep everyone safe, and the risk as low as possible.
MLSE isn’t the only one that is starting to implement vaccine requirements and policies. Just recently, U of T announced vaccine rules for students, teachers, and those living in residences. Global entertainment company, Live Nation, also announced its set of rules today which apply to staff, guests, and artists.
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