State's Large Event Vaccination Policy Effective 11/15
Events may have more stringent guidelines, check event page
Effective November 15 by Washington State mandate, all guests 12 years of age and over that attend large events (more than 1,000 people) must show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 FDA-approved molecular (e.g. PCR) or antigen test taken within the past 72 hours. Guests under 12 will not be required to show proof of a negative test.
Acceptable proof of vaccination against COVID-19: a CDC vaccine record card; documentation from a health care provider or electronic health record; state immunization system record, including a QR code from MyIRMobile; or a Washington Department of Health partner website for immunization records; or, for an individual vaccinated outside of the United States, a reasonable equivalent.
Acceptable proof of negative COVID-19 test result: the original, a copy or a photo of a document or other communication from the test provider or lab showing the first and last names of the individual tested; the type of test performed (must be molecular or antigen); date tested (must be within the 72 hours preceding attending the event); and, a negative result.
Additional proof of an individual’s identity is not required under this order.
For additional information, visit the State website.