The iconic movie theater said customers had a few options for how to comply with the policy, including showing their physical vaccination card, a photo of the card on their phone or printed out, or a digital vaccination record. Visitors to the theater also have the choice of presenting a negative COVID PCR test that is less than three days old.
Most people walking by in Brookline told WBZ's James Rojas that they approved of the policy.
Masks are required in the theater except when eating and drinking, and seating is at full capacity. The theater said anyone who had already bought tickets after September 3 and couldn't comply with the policy would get their money back. The theater is telling anyone who tests positive for COVID or has a close exposure not to come — their money will also get refunded.
WBZ's James Rojas (@JamesRojasWBZ) has more from Brookline: