(WDSU) COVID-19 cases in southeast Louisiana are on the rise at a startling rate mainly due to the Delta variant, and New Orleans is the metropolitan epicenter of all things COVID. New Orleans businesses have already started to respond. Three well-known popular music establishments are now requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test from the past 72 hours to enter.

Starting this weekend, Tipitina's, Maple Leaf Bar and d.b.a. will not let you in just because you say you were vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19, you'll need to prove it. You must have your I.D and valid COVID-19 vaccination card or proof that you tested negative in the past 72 hours.

New Orleans music venues participating in the fight against the spread of COVID

Tipitina's: 501 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans

Maple Leaf Bar: 8316 Oak St., New Orleans

d.b.a: 618 Frenchmen St., New Orleans

The music industry in New Orleans is uniting once again in an effort to curb the rise in Covid-19 cases seen throughout the city.

 

Effective Friday, July 30, 2021, notable New Orleans venues will require all patrons who wish to attend performances featured at their establishment to provide a valid, complete Covid-19 vaccination card OR proof of a negative Covid-19 test performed within the previous 72 hours prior to entry onto the premises until further notice. -Tipitina', Maple Leaf Bar and d.b.a press release

Delta in the Delta

Life in New Orleans had been moving to something a bit more familiar, then BAM! The Delta variant hit us. That's why we need to cooperate with the mayor's advisory on masks.  -Will Sutton, NOLA.com

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