Effective as of August 19th, 2021
In order to comply with the City of San Francisco’s vaccine mandate, visitors at Immersive Van Gogh will be required to present proof of vaccination in order to enter the venue and attend the exhibit.
We are implementing new protocols and procedures to ensure a smooth transition for all our patrons. In order to ensure this, we ask that patrons have their proof of vaccination ready to present to staff before entering the venue.
Acceptable forms of proof include:
- Original, copy, or electronic photo of the CDC vaccination card (or similar documentation issued by another foreign governmental jurisdiction), or documentation from a healthcare provider
- Personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by the State of California, available from https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov
- Personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by another State, local, or foreign governmental jurisdiction. Residents from outside of California should upload their proof of vaccination to https://www.clearme.com/healthpass
- Personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by an approved private company
Any government-issued photo ID is acceptable. In lieu of this we can accept school and work IDs. If a minor doesn’t have an ID, verification from a parent is sufficient.
Additional photo identification is not required if an approved digital vaccine record includes photo identification.
Until September 15th, while we transition into full compliance with the City’s mandate, we will be accepting a negative COVID-19 test as an alternative to proof of vaccination. The negative test result must be for a test taken within 72 hours of attending Immersive Van Gogh. Please note that this will only be accepted as an alternative until September 15th, as per the City’s mandate. Nucleic acid (including polymerase chain reaction (PCR)) tests are acceptable. Take-home tests will not be accepted.
Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the proof of vaccination requirement.
Masks are mandatory for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status.
Fully vaccinated means the person has received both doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, or received one dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.