Joshua Rhett Miller
New York Post

(November 11, 2020)

Wallet? Check. Water? Check. COVID-19 test?

The pre-concert checklist for music fans is about to get more complicated, as Ticketmaster is planning to check the coronavirus vaccination status of concert-goers prior to shows once a treatment is approved, Billboard reported Wednesday.

The ticketing giant plans to have customers use their cellphones to verify their inoculation or whether they’ve tested negative for the virus within a 24- to 72-hour window, according to the exclusive report.

The plan, which is still being ironed out, will utilize three separate components, including the California-based company’s digital ticketing app, third-party health information firms like CLEAR Health Pass and testing/vaccination distributors like Labcorp or CVS Minute Clinic.


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3 thought on “Ticketmaster exploring negative COVID-19 test or vaccination to attend concerts”
  1. Welcome back Prof. Tracy.
    And who is surprised at this rubbish. I personally know folks who will donate their DNA just to go a concert again, regardless of our freedoms being taken away.
    Mindless idiots.

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