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The Rolling Stones advise fans to get vaccinated or tested as tour starts Sunday in St. Louis

The Rolling Stones advise fans to get vaccinated or tested as tour starts Sunday in St. Louis

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In a recorded message to fans on its social media prior to its tour relaunching Sunday at the Dome at America's Center, the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger, Keith Richards are advising their fans to either get the COVID-19 vaccine, as they have themselves, or to get tested.

The goal is for everyone to have a safer night out at their concerts, “No. Filter Tour 2021”

To be clear, vaccines or negative tests are not required for entry into the concert Sunday. What is required is that face masks must be worn indoors at all times except while eating or drinking, as stated on the Explore St. Louis website.

The band says to go on and wear them as they’re no big deal.

BJC HealthCare is excited to be included Sunday at the Rolling Stones concert providing COVID-19 vaccines to interested concert goers.

The Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available free of charge at the concert via BJC HealthCare. Concert-goers interested will be directed to the First Aid room.

Show time for the “No Filter Tour 2021” is at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, and the Revivalists open.

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