Burning Man believes the 2021 event will require COVID-19 vaccines
Burning man is considering the possibility of mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for the 2021 event if possible.
In an April 8 video, Burning Man CEO Marian Goodell Originally it was said: “Vaccines must come to Burning Man” – a statement that sparked controversy among some loyal participants.
In a more recent update, however, she makes it clear that she has “misspelled”.
Burning Man’s organizers are working to create their own mandatory vaccination guidelines as part of the event’s required health and safety plan. They work closely with health and safety officials to weigh all options and make their decision-making process incredibly transparent.
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“We’re weighing gravity against what does that,” Goodell says in the video below. “And we know that this calls into question the concept of ‘radical inclusion’.”
“That has not yet been fully clarified. There are a lot of people who are wondering if it is necessary, ”added Goodell. “We hear you. The question of vaccines and how they are basically needed, and to be honest even from a logistical point of view – we take a look at all of that.”
Vaccines Required or Not, Burning Man is committed to getting a “go / no-go” response by the end of the month.
The latest update from CEO Marian Goodell can be found below.
Another update from Burning Man Project
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