Sparkke at the Whitmore has announced that those who attend the venue must be double vaccinated. The mandate, which came in to effect yesterday on Wednesday December 8, requires all staff and patrons to be double vaccinated with proof of vaccination status required upon entry.
Sparkke at the Whitmore announced in a statement that this was to ensure the safety of staff and attendees.
“To continue to protect the health and wellbeing of our staff, guests and the Sparkke community, Sparkke at the Whitmore requires all guests and staff to show proof of double vaccination, as a condition of the entry to the venue,” they announced.
“Our number one priority is the safety and wellbeing of guests and staff, and we thank you for your co-operation and ongoing support.”
The vaccination mandate comes after several Adelaide Fringe venues, Gluttony and the Adelaide Festival Centre venues announced their implementation of vaccination mandates.
They are the latest to join the the slate of major South Australian businesses, like the Adelaide Oval, bringing in a vaccination mandate to ensure the safety of their staff and patrons. Here’s a list to what venues and events have implemented a vaccination mandate.
At time of writing, 90.1 per cent of South Australian’s aged 12 and over have received their first dose of a TGA-approved COVID-19 vaccine.
The state continues to inch closer to the crucial 90 per cent double vaccinated milestone as well, with just over 82 per cent of South Australians 12+ fully vaccinated as well.
Yesterday, SA recorded three new COVID-19 cases, one of which is confirmed to be linked to the growing Norwood cluster. There have been 976 cases reported in South Australia to date.
Find out more about the measures Sparkke are taking here www.sparkke.com/pages/covid19-policy