2022 Stulberg COVID Policy
The Stulberg International String Competition is committed to keeping our audience, artists, and staff safe. Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination will be required to participate in the 2022 Stulberg International String Competition. Dependent on the most current and up to date public health guidelines, a face covering may be required.
If you or your party have been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of your arrival to the Stulberg International String Competition, you will not be permitted to participate. No one exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms may come into the Competition.
Participants will be subjected to daily health screenings. If a participant is not feeling well, has a temperature greater than 100.4’ Fahrenheit, or is exhibiting any symptoms which may be associated with COVID-19, they are encouraged to stay home or may be asked to leave the facility.
The most current Covid-19 guidelines will be followed. We will rely on you to be personally responsible for your decision to join us. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.
We are joining with many cultural venues nationwide in the effort to combat Covid-19. We require proof of vaccination from everyone involved in our live events. That includes staff, artists, volunteers, and attendees.
This policy is for Stulberg hosted events only. Events hosted by partner organization’s such as WMU, KJSO, and KSO will follow the organizations COVID safety policies.
This policy is subject to change dependent on the most current COVID safety guidelines per the CDC and local health departments.
Dated: September 23, 2021