Sundance exigirá vacuna contra COVID en 2022
Cualquiera que desee ir al Festival de Cine de Sundance en Utah el próximo año necesitará más que una insignia.
El Festival requerirá en 2022 que las personas que asistan al festival o eventos afiliados se hayan vacunado contra el COVID-19. Eso significa todos, desde voluntarios hasta cineastas y portadores de pases. Más detalles se publicarán en los próximos meses.
Tras una edición en gran parte virtual a principios de este año, los organizadores de Sundance planean realizar eventos presenciales en 2022 con proyecciones en Park City y Salt Lake City, Utah, así como algunas proyecciones “satelitales” en teatros regionales en todo Estados Unidos.Read more: Los Angeles Times »
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