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Mødular nightclub requires COVID vaccine or negative test for entry

Under lockdown level 2, establishments are allowed to stay open until 10PM. That means some clubs are opening their doors again.

It’s been a while since nightclubs have been able to welcome guests, and with easing of restrictions on the cards, places like Mødular are taking their reopening seriously.

Mødular is a popular underground nightclub in Cape Town. Since 2017, their nights have showcased some of the best local and international electronic music. While COVID is still a reality, Mødular is making things as safe as possible for their clientele.

In order to gain entry to Mødular, you will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test. For those who come equipped with neither, a testing service will be available at the door.

“We are working in conjunction with an accredited laboratory, who will have a nurse stationed outside the venue for testing of unvaccinated clientele. These rapid tests will cost R120 with a 10 minute waiting period before you receive the rest. You will need a negative test result for entry.”

Alternatively, we require proof of a COVID-19 vaccination (one jab or both), or a negative COVID-10 test result (either Lateral Flow Test or PCR) or a proof of antibodies test within 48hrs”

We commend Mødular for being one of the first nightclubs to implement COVID safety measures. While some of the public might disagree, we ultimately feel this will encourage restarting the entertainment industry in South Africa.

Earlier this month, the Western Cape government launched a Jabs before Jol programme, which aims to get younger South Africans vaccinated before increased social interactions during Spring and Summer.

Photo credit: sceneclubbingheritage.com

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