Wilmington nightclub demands proof of Covid-19 vaccination at door

WILMINGTON – Ibiza Nightclub Wilmington announced on New Years Eve that it now requires proof of vaccination to enter.

The downtown nightclub shared on Facebook that it is making the decision to “keep our community, our customers, our staff and our artists safe.”

“As Wilmington’s # 1 dance club, we value our role in the community and remain committed to doing our part to reduce the spread of the coronavirus,” a press release said.

Customers will need to provide proof of full vaccination from Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson. Indoors, club goers should also wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status, over their nose and mouth, unless they are actively drinking.

The club have also announced that they are reducing their capacity to allow for greater distancing.

The place continues its New Year’s Eve festivities but offers limited tickets. Participants who purchase admission online in advance will be able to upload their proof of vaccination.


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