They told you to get any vaxx.
Now they’re telling you if you got the deadly AstraZeneca vaxx, you need to get another vaxx.
The Boss’ Broadway show will go on – but only for fans who got the right COVID-19 vaccine.
Rabid rock fans looking to celebrate a return to normalcy by taking in Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway show later this month will be on the outside looking in if they’ve received the AstraZeneca vaccine, which hasn’t yet been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
The show at the St. James Theatre, set to run June 26 through Sept. 4, has a lengthy Q&A page detailing the vaccination protocols in place — including a mandate that all guests must be fully vaccinated with an FDA-approved shot to get in.
Guests will meet that criteria if they’ve received a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna vaccine at least 14 days earlier, or that same span with a Johnson & Johnson jab prior to the Boss’s latest Broadway run.
“At the direction of New York State, Springsteen on Broadway and the St. James Theatre will only be accepting proof of FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson),” the website reads.
The lone exceptions to the vaccine policy will be for children under the age of 16 who have had a negative antigen COVID-19 screening six hours prior to the show, or a negative nose swab test within 72 hours earlier.
They seem to want everyone to get the mRNA vaxx.
Both Pfizer and Moderna are mRNA vaxx. Johnson & Johnson is a viral vector mutant DNA vaxx, which is the same as AstraZeneca – so who knows.
Boomers will get a second round of vaxx to go see the BOSS.
The Boss himself clearly got the mRNA himself.
The vaxx really is #buckbreaking.
He looks worse than the other Bruce.