In the run-up to the Advisory Committee, the Crisis Cell culture demands complete freedom from the public, staff and volunteers from cultural activities and events from 1 September. “Now that vaccination coverage has reached the point where we promised to remove all restrictive measures, we want to see that promise effectively fulfilled,” she said in a press release.
It appears that “after eighteen months of total or partial closure, there is an urgent economic and social need”. “So we’re advocating the ability to work again at our full public capacity, without social distancing and without mouth masks.”
If the advisory committee determines that full freedom is still too early, the Crisis Cell calls for the Covid Safe Ticket to be expanded to include cultural events operating for an audience of less than 1,500 people. “What is now possible for major events should also be possible for smaller events and activities,” according to Crisiscel. “Using Corona Corridor should be a very temporary and optional measure.”
“Under the current conditions, activities are still leading to the loss of a large part of our sector. We need to be able to operate in profitable conditions,” the decision stated. If this is not possible, the cultural sector demands the continuation or resumption of support measures.
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