STAYING SAFE IN THE CAPITOL THEATER – Updated covid protocol
Washington State Lifts Covid Mandates, October 31, 2022
OFS staff and volunteers are no longer required to wear masks or show proof of vaccination to participate in activities at the Capitol Theater. Starting November 1, 2022.
For visitors of the Capitol Theater. The threat of covid, seasonal flu, and respiratory viruses are still out there. OFS will continue to provide masks (while supplies last – we have tons), surface and hand sanitizer, and regular air filtration system maintenance. We encourage mask-wearing at concerts and indoor gatherings and keep snacking and drinking in seating areas only.
If you test positive for COVID-19, stay home for at least 5 days and isolate from others in your home to avoid spreading COVID-19 to others. If you are not feeling well, we ask that you, stay at home, and come back when you feel better to minimize the spread and to help keep others at the theater healthy and keep our operations going.
OFS operations will follow all Washington Department of Labor and Industries and Washington Department of Health Guidelines. Please read the following state requirements.
Updated: November 7. 2022