Wireless Festival 2021 Covid policy: Everything you need to know

Wireless Festival 2021 is going ahead this weekend, with a whole host of musicians lined up to perform.

The likes of Skepta, Megan Thee Stallion and Migos are some of the big names scheduled for the 10-12 September.

Last year’s physical festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a virtual concert filmed at Alexandra Palace held instead.

Now with restrictions lifted the event can go ahead in person.

Taking place at Crystal Palace Park, thousands of people will be making their way to the event,

As Covid-19 cases are still on the rise, festival attendees would be wise to make sure they know the regulations surrounding entry to the event.

Here’s all you need to know about the Covid regulations for Wireless Festival 2021.

What is the Covid policy for Wireless 2021?

According to the Wireless Festival 2021 website the Covid-19 entry requirements are as follows.

They are encouraging festival attendees to take a lateral flow test prior to travel on the day of arrival.

This is especially important if an individual is not fully vaccinated, which is defined as both doses received with the second coming at least 14 days before the start of the festival.

It’s also crucial to take one if an individual does not have immunity based on a positive PCR test within 180 days of the festival.

This includes 10 days of self-isolation following the result.

You could also try and get a NHS Covid-19 pass if you are a ticket holder from England, instructions for which can be found here.

How can I order a lateral flow test for WirelessFestival 2021?

You are able to order a lateral flow test from this Government website, or pick one up from any pharmacy or test site

Following that you can then report the result on the NHS website here.

You will then receive a text or email notification confirming your negative result, which you can then present on entry.

If you test positive though it is likely you have Covid-19, and you or anyone you live with must not attend Wireless.

It is also advised to order a PCR test after that to confirm your result.

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