Live updates on Coronavirus and news on omicron variants
Live updates on Coronavirus and news on omicron variants

Live updates on Coronavirus and news on omicron variants

The organizers of Stagecoach and Coachella, two major California-based outdoor music festivals, said Tuesday that they will not have any coronavirus protocols in place at their upcoming gatherings, marking another milestone in a potential return to normalcy as the number of virus cases are declining.

“As we prepare to spend an incredible weekend in the desert together, we announce that there will be no vaccination, testing or masking requirements on Stagecoach 2022 in accordance with local guidelines,” Stagecoach organizers tweeted Tuesday.

Stagecoach is one of the largest and most lucrative country music festivals in the world, attracting about 85,000 music fans to Indio, California each year. Forbes reported. This year’s festival is scheduled for April 29-1. May.

Coachella, which gathers about 250,000 people for its annual Indio festival with the music’s biggest names, said on its website that it would also not require vaccination, testing or masking at the events 15.-17. April and 22.-24. April.

The site warns of the dangers of the disease.

“COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to serious illness and death,” Coachella said on its website, adding that “there is no guarantee, either express or implied, that those participating in the festival will not be exposed to COVID-19. “

Goldenvoice, a California-based concert promotion company, runs both festivals. Coachella and Stagecoach’s 2020 concerts were canceled due to the pandemic, and none of them were held in 2021.

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