Covid 19 Protocol

 

For all public events:

 

Masks are required for all audiences and staff. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you with one.

 

It is also required that everyone be fully vaccinated. Please self-certify that you have been fully vaccinated when you purchase your ticket. Exceptions for religious or medical reasons will require proof of a negative covid test within 72 hours.

 

Our Venue is equipped with MERV-14 filters. 

 

Please wear your mask:

 

When attending a public event in our space, everyone must be masked. For private events, masks are strongly encouraged for all attendees and required for unvaccinated people.

 

Please self-certify before coming to visit:

 

You are feeling well, and free of any Covid-19 symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, recent lack of taste/smell).

You do not have a temperature of 100.4º F or greater 

You have not been recently exposed to anyone known to have Covid-19 

You have not been asked to self-isolate or quarantine by your doctor, local health official, or per travel guidelines

 

Please socially distance

 

When you arrive, please wait for our staff to come to the door to let you in. This is asked to reduce people congregating inside the building.

The number of visitors at one time has been reduced to provide ample space for social distancing.

 

Please remember good hygiene

 

Wash your hands with soap or use hand sanitizer upon entering the space. Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance.

If you are feeling sick, please stay home.

We are cleaning the space regularly and sanitizing high-touch surfaces after each contact.

 

Please feel free to ask us for more information. You can reach out to Larry Ward at larry@cambridgejazzfoundation.org


 

Executive Director,

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The Cambridge Jazz Foundation is meeting the guidelines of the State of Massachusetts and of the City of Cambridge in reopening our arts programming for the community.

 

We want to keep everyone safe as we bring people back to in-person events, including the audience, performers, and staff.