Health and Safety Advisory from the Regina Symphony Orchestra for Upcoming Performances

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) will continue to follow recommendations of the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) for the 2022/2023 concert season, regarding safety at public events and concert performances.

All RSO performances will be ‘mask friendly’, and patrons are encouraged to wear a mask if they are immune compromised or have been in contact with anyone contracting COVID-19 within a 14-day period.

The RSO will not require proof of vaccination for the present, as per current SHA guidelines and government policy. If you are ill, please call the office and we will replace your tickets for a different performance. Please note that refunds will not be offered. You also have the option to donate any unused tickets if your schedule does not permit attendance at a different RSO show.

The RSO continues to strongly encourage a full course of vaccination, and as new vaccines are developed to counter emerging strains of COVID-19 variants, to take those as soon as they become available to you.

This policy will be under constant review for the season, and the RSO will notify all patrons if SHA guidelines dictate any changes, or if government officials issue any directives beyond the measures currently in place.

 

Posted September 13, 2022