Breakthrough Covid-1 infections have canceled “Aladdin” ‘s Broadway performance a day after it reopened for the first time in more than a year due to an epidemic.
The makers of the Disney-backed performance told viewers at 8pm on Wednesday evening that its testing protocol at the New Amsterdam Theater in Manhattan had detected the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus case.
“Since the health and safety of our guests, cast and crew is our highest priority, tonight’s performance has been canceled on Wednesday, September 2nd,” the producers wrote in a Twitter post on Wednesday, just before the show began.
The Twitter post added, “We will continue to provide assistance to the members of the damaged Aladdin Company once they recover.”
“Aladdin” returned to Broadway on Tuesday night after an 18-month suspension due to the cessation of the epidemic. Broadway now requires all members of the company and the audience to be vaccinated against Covid-1 against, while the audience members are forced to wear masks throughout the performance.
The episode sheds more light on the groundbreaking case, highlighting previous research showing that Covid-1 vaccines cannot prevent CCP virus infection.
Federal health agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still recommend the vaccine, saying they have serious illnesses and hospitalizations. Those officials have spent little time publicly describing the protective properties provided by the previous Covid-1 infection, known as natural immunity, although some lawyers and states have begun pushing for it to be included under the vaccine order.
Last week, Harvard Business School, which has a vaccination rate of more than 5 percent, announced that it would launch its classes online due to the groundbreaking increase in infections.
“In recent days, despite high vaccination rates and frequent testing, we’ve seen a steady increase in infections among our student population,” Mark Kautella, the college’s communications chief, told a local news website. “Communicators who have worked in positive areas have pointed out that infections are not occurring in the classroom or other academic settings on campus. This is not happening even among masked people. ”
At Brown University, where there is a vaccine mandate, about 98 percent of students and 96 percent of faculty and staff have been vaccinated.
However, Brown officials announced a number of restrictive measures in response to what they see as a “significant increase” in the Covid-1 cases on campus. Social gatherings for undergraduate students are not more than five people – indoors or out – except for sharing a place to live with five other students. This restriction applies to activities both on and off campus.
GQ Pan contributed to this report.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times