Netflix will require a certificate of vaccination against covid-19 a all workers who participate in any of its productions in the United States.
The television platform becomes the Hollywood’s first studio that this measure requires, although for the moment it will only be applied in “zone A” of its filming, which includes the cast, according to the newspaper The Hollywood Reporter.
The unions representing actors, screenwriters and other professionals involved have accepted the measure, which in turn will facilitate the work since allows to relax certain protocols health despite concerns about the expansion of the Delta variant.
Only certain will be accepted as exceptions to not be vaccinated religious, medical or age reasons.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) established in May that the fully vaccinated population in the United States could remain no mask most of the time, even if you are indoors or with a large group of people.
But last week the virologist Anthony Fauci admitted that they are now considering recommending that those vaccinated wear the mask again, given an increase in infections that are taking the country “in the wrong direction”.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki confirmed on Monday that the intention of the Government chaired by Joe Biden is to maintain current travel restrictions.
In addition, he recalled that the Delta variant is spreading in the country and the rest of the world, and in the case of the United States it has caused a new wave that mainly affects unvaccinated people, and that they hope will continue in the coming weeks.