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The Puerto Rico Coliseum maintains some restrictions for its events

The use of masks is recommended, but it will not be compulsory to attend the events that take place in the Coliseum of Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot. This was reported today by the largest venue in the country, after the provisions included in executive order 2022-019 that entered into force on Thursday, March 10.

The ordinance included the mandatory elimination of the use of masks and left it to the discretion of each of the establishments – public and private – if they request proof of vaccination against the virus. COVID-19 or negative tests for the disease.

In a communication issued today to its clients, through social networks, The Puerto Rico Coliseum reported that any person with their two doses, in the case of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, or one dose in the case of the Janssen vaccine, who have completed two weeks (14 days) of having applied the last dose , they will be able to enter the enclosure without the mask.

Similarly, it was indicated that any person not vaccinated, or who does not comply with the regulatory two weeks, must present an antigen or PCR test with a negative result, carried out by a health professional (home tests are not accepted) no more than 72 hours before the date of the event.

Those under five years of age can enter by presenting a negative test of 72 hours or less, while children over five years of age must present evidence of their two doses of vaccines with their 14 days completed. In case of not having 14 days or not being vaccinated, they must present a negative test of 72 hours or less.

Home tests will not be accepted, as stated.

The new executive order initiated a stage within the entertainment industry, where all shows that take place in indoor and outdoor facilities, such as theaters, amphitheaters, cinemas and coliseums, among others, can be held at their maximum capacity.

On the other hand, a few weeks ago the Puerto Rico Coliseum expressed itself regarding some measures imposed so that attendees have to pay exclusively with debit or credit cards, which was opposed by the Association of Producers of Public Shows (Copep) , because there is a population demographic that is managed through the use of cash.

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