COVID-19 Vaccination & Mask FAQ
MSU requires proof of vaccination, or a recent negative COVID-19 test to visit the MSU Broad Art Museum. To meet the vaccine requirement, attendees must show their COVID-19 vaccination card or a digital image along with a photo ID matching the name on the card. MSU students, faculty, and staff can show their university ID as proof of compliance with the university’s vaccine mandate. Attendees who cannot provide proof of vaccination should bring a photo ID and either a printout or photo of their negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before museum entry. People ages 17 and under accompanied by an adult will not be required to show a photo ID. For spring 2022, MSU’s COVID-19 vaccine and face covering mandates will continue.
PCR and medically administered rapid antigen tests are accepted. Results should include your name, results, and time stamp. At-home tests are not accepted.
Children 11 and under do not need to be vaccinated or show a negative COVID-19 test. However, they must be accompanied by an adult who is compliant with the COVID policy and wear a mask while inside MSU indoor facilities.
Full vaccination means that at least 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of FDA authorized or WHO approved double-dose vaccines or that 14 days have passed since receiving the sole dose of FDA authorized or WHO approved single-dose vaccines. At this time a booster is not required to be “vaccinated” under the COVID policy.