Masks Will Not Be Mandatory During the Entire Oscar Awards Ceremony

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The organizers of the ceremony indicated that this year the capacity will be limited to 170 people, and the members of the public will rotate

The organizers of the most important night of cinema in Hollywood have confirmed to the specialized portal Variety that the nominees, their guests, the presenters of the awards, and other attendees will not have to cover their nose and mouth while they are in front of the cameras.

 

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However, at times when they are not directly participating in the broadcast of the awards ceremony, they will be instructed to wear their masks to reduce the risk of contagion. In practice, this means that they will have to do so, for example, during advertising breaks.

 

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The goal of this newly released action plan is to ensure that the Oscars remain an engaging television show for audiences. A series of additional measures have also been put in place to guarantee the safety of all attendees, to which a third of the total budget of the event has been allocated.

 

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This year the capacity will be limited to 170 people, and members of the public will rotate. Furthermore, all guests have been instructed to undergo a minimum of three Covid-19 tests in the days leading up to the ceremony, and their temperature will be checked before being allowed into the Dolby Theater.

 

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The red carpet will also undergo changes, as it will be much smaller than in previous years, and the winners of the golden statuette are scheduled to hold virtual press conferences after their triumph.

 

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