Popular Detroit bar and music venue requires proof of vaccination to enter

Marble Bar, based in the Detroit area, is making big changes to their entry rules given the proliferation of the Delta variant.

DETROIT – People who want to visit a popular music venue near Detroit will soon be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

The Marble Bar, a live music venue with indoor and outdoor stages and bars, announced Monday that they will soon be making changes to keep their guests and staff safe. Starting July 30th, attendees must provide either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 48 hours of admission.

“As a facility that aims to bring people closer together, we see it as our duty to limit the transmission and spread of COVID-19 in every possible way so the party can go on,” wrote bar staff in a Facebook post.

“The safety of our employees and guests is of the utmost importance to us,” they added.

The changes come as Delta variant cases continue to grow across the state. The variant turns out to be more transmissible than COVID-19.

The documents must be presented at the entrance door. Physical evidence or a picture on your phone is accepted, Marble Bar reported. Staff match the name in the documentation with the state ID of the user.

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