Adelaide Venue Management (AVM) has announced its three venues—Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Coopers Stadium— are to become fully vaccinated venues.
This comes as a result of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the introduction of the new Test, Trace, Isolate and Quarantine (TTIQ) model within South Australia from next week (Tuesday, 23 November, 2021).
Effective from Tuesday 23 November, 2021, all persons aged 16+ entering AVM’s venues, including staff, will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration. Proof of vaccination will be required in order to gain entry.
CEO Adelaide Venue Management Anthony Kirchner said the mandate is in line with their venues values.
“At Adelaide Venue Management, our priority has always been the health and safety of our staff and visitors,” Anthony said.
“As operator of three of Adelaide’s largest public venues, the decision to make the Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Coopers Stadium fully vaccinated venues has been made to protect against the spread of the virus, as well as to provide every chance of maintaining business continuity as we navigate the next stages of the COVID-19 roadmap and recovery.”
To gain entry, patrons will need to show their COVID-19 Digital Certificate on their smart device OR provide personal photo identification and printed immunisation certificate.
Any person with an official medical exemption will need to provide proof of a negative COVID test result for the 72 hour period prior to seeking entry and full exemption details. Venue bans apply for non-compliance.
Guests are advised to visit the venue specific websites to view the latest information ahead of purchasing tickets and visiting.
You can find out more about the announcement here.