the closing part of the Platform of contemporary dance festival – conversation
The Platform of contemporary dance arose in 2007 from the need of the dance scene aiming for professionalisation, networking, and connections on the local, national, and international level. Join us for a social evening, where we will share opinions and guidelines on how to proceed.
According to the government regulations, participation in cultural events is allowed to persons with the certificate that states: a negative SARS-CoV-2 test result no older than 48 hours (HAG) or 72 hours (PCR), full vaccination or full recovery from Covid-19. The organizer is obliged to check whether the visitors and performers meet the PCT condition.
The condition does not apply to end users who have not yet turned 18 and attend the event with their parents or legal guardians. Recommendations regarding interpersonal distance, proper mask wearing, hand hygiene, and cough hygiene should be followed.
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