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“Starting Monday, August 16th, proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or negative test result within 72 hours, is required for patrons to enter the Wonderland Ballroom.”

From Wonderland (11th and Kenyon Street, NW):

“We have been monitoring the rise of COVID-19 cases across the US – driven by the highly transmissible Delta variant. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and public health officials, the message is clear: the best way to protect ourselves from COVID-19 is by getting vaccinated.

Starting Monday, August 16th, proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or negative test result within 72 hours, is required for patrons to enter the Wonderland Ballroom.

Stay safe, ya’ll!”

Wonderland joins the Kennedy Center and Ford’s Theatre, All Souls and Bedrock Billiards, Suns Cinema, Black Cat and 9:30 Club, ThinkFoodGroup, Showtime, area theatres, The Pug, Public Option, 1310 Kitchen & Bar, Ivy and Coney, Pitchers/ALOHA some fitness studios (including VIDA) and Danny Meyer’s restaurants which previously announced the same or similar.

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