CCMA COVID-19 POLICY
AS of October 4, 2021
The health and safety of our community, artists, staff, volunteers and attendees is our top priority as we head into London, ON this November for Country Music Week 2021. As such, the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) will be moving forward in alignment with the current provincial health guidelines and the Province’s Proof of Vaccination requirements: everyone who wishes to attend Country Music Week 2021 must provide proof of double-vaccination with the second vaccine dose received at least 14 days prior (by November 12) to the start of the event on November 26. This includes attendees, staff, volunteers and artists. Masks will be required at all indoor spaces. Vaccines approved by the government of Canada include J&J. More information regarding approved vaccines can be found HERE.
In addition each host hotel will have their own requirements for those wishing to book. Please be sure to review these carefully in advance of making a reservation.
We will be following the guidelines mandated in the Ontario Vaccine Passport program. This means that participants will need to have their vaccine status ready to present upon arrival as per the provincial program.
Any CCMA member or persons wanting to purchase tickets that are unable to provide proof of double vaccination as set out above will not be able to participate in Country Music Week 2021 events. Any tickets revoked due to lack of adequate vaccination proof will be ineligible for refund.
Event producers reserve the right to modify the foregoing requirements at any time. Delegates are responsible for informing themselves regarding, and complying at all times with, any updated version of the CCMA’s COVID-19 Protocol.
For additional Inquiries, contact:
Karina Davison, Manager, Awards + Balloting, Membership