Would vaccine passport or negative test proof stop you going to a concert?

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The Iowa Events Center now requires Rona vaccine proof or a negative test to attend some concerts this year.

"They'll either A, have to show proof of vaccination, or B, they'll have to prove a negative COVID test within 72 hours of the show," Chris Connolly, general manager of the Iowa Events Center said.

I'm not sure how they are picking which concerts require it and which don't, but as of right now you will need it to attend Michael Buble or James Taylor with Jackson Browne.

You apparently don't need it for Alan Jackson, AJR, Jeff Dunham, Disney on Ice or a host of others.

Back in May, Governor Kim Reynolds signed a law which made businesses requiring so-called Vaccine Passports, illegal in the State of Iowa.

But Connolly says this is not that and what they are doing is totally legal. "It's not a vaccine passport. Again, if you've had your vaccine and you show proof of vaccination, you gain entrance. And if you don't for whatever reason want to get the vaccine or haven't gotten it, all you have to do is take a COVID test and show that it's negative within 72 hours..."

What do you make of this? Would a vaccine passport or negative test proof stop you going to a concert?

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