Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra COVID policy: No masks required

Bradley Symphony Center

The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (MSO) announced on Tuesday, March 8 that it will no longer require guests at the Bradley Symphony Center to wear masks and show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test. 

Officials say this policy change starts Friday, March 11 – and is in accordance with the changes to the Cityof Milwaukee and CDC guidelines.

In a Facebook post, the MSO indicated it "will continue to monitor CDC and City of Milwaukee COVID notifications and will adjust these guidelines if, when, and where appropriate." 

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