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Tulane will require proof of vaccination for sporting events

By August 13, 2021December 19th, 2021Sports events

Tulane University has announced that according to Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s latest COVID-19 announcement, anyone wishing to attend a Tulane sporting event, indoors or outdoors, must show proof of vaccination or a COVID-19 test negative 72 hours before entry. In a statement, Tulane said, “The increase in COVID cases due to the Delta variant and the low vaccination rate in our state has left our community vulnerable to significant health and safety issues. We hope the mayor’s directive will encourage the unvaccinated to get vaccinated for their own benefit and that of all of us. It is also a strong reminder that in the event of a pandemic there are expectations for anyone who wishes to participate in activities in which they share an environment with others. Tulane already requires proof of vaccination or regular COVID-19 testing for anyone attending college, and they are said to have over 95% of students vaccinated and 92% of faculty and staff vaccinated. The statement added: “There are still many details regarding the implementation of the directive that we are currently working on, including the development of logistics plans to effectively ensure compliance with the directive. Tulane University will share these details in the coming days. We are grateful to our passionate and loyal fans who cheer on the Green Wave at every opportunity. We will work hard to ensure that the process of accessing the Tulane games is as easy and transparent as possible. our collective health, we encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible. ”

Tulane University has announced that according to Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s latest COVID-19 announcement, anyone wishing to attend a Tulane sporting event, indoors or outdoors, must show proof of vaccination or a COVID-19 test negative 72 hours before entry.

In a statement, Tulane said, “The increase in COVID cases due to the Delta variant and the low vaccination rate in our state has left our community vulnerable to significant health and safety issues. We hope the mayor’s directive will encourage the unvaccinated to get vaccinated for their own benefit and that of all of us. It is also a strong reminder that in the event of a pandemic there are expectations for anyone who wishes to participate in activities in which they share an environment with others.

Tulane already requires proof of vaccination or regular COVID-19 testing for anyone attending college, and they are said to have over 95% of students vaccinated and 92% of faculty and staff vaccinated.

The statement added: “There are still many details regarding the implementation of the directive that we are currently working on, including the development of logistics plans to effectively ensure compliance with the directive. Tulane University will share these details in the coming days. We are grateful to our passionate and loyal fans who cheer on the Green Wave at every opportunity. We will work hard to ensure that the process of accessing the Tulane games is as easy and transparent as possible.

To further ensure a smooth gaming experience and protect our collective health, we encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible. “