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The Anthem among other DMV venues update policy to only require vaccinations to attend events

The Anthem, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Lincoln Theater and 9:30 Club will require proof of vaccination, and do away with the 72-hour negative test policy.

WASHINGTON — Several venues in the D.C. area will start requiring proof of vaccination to attend events at the venues.

According to a posted on the venues' Facebook pages, anyone attending events at The Anthem, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Lincoln Theater and 9:30 Club will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. The venues previously announced they would accept a negative test for COVID-19,  but updated the policy to only accept proof of vaccination on Thursday

Accepted proof of vaccination includes showing your physical vaccine card or a photo of the card. 

The previous vaccination requirement took effect on August 15. The new policy takes effect October 17. The previously announced vaccine requirement will remain in effect until then.

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