Artist Rights Alliance Statement on COVID-19 Vaccinations

WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 19, 2021) — As states across the country begin to open eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination to all adults, we urge everyone to get vaccinated. Quite simply, vaccinations save lives. Getting your vaccine not only protects you, it also protects people around you who cannot yet get vaccinated, like children and people with certain medical conditions. We’re all in this together.

Vaccinations are our ticket back to the lives we once lived. As artists, that means playing live in-person shows, touring and recording with our peers, and re-connecting directly with fans. Getting back to work. But in order to do so safely, everyone needs to do their part.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has provided resources to answer any questions you may have and help you get a vaccine.

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Artist-run, non-profit advocating for musicians, performers, & songwriters in the digital landscape. (Formerly the Content Creators Coalition or “c3”)

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Artist Rights Alliance

Artist Rights Alliance

Artist-run, non-profit advocating for musicians, performers, & songwriters in the digital landscape. (Formerly the Content Creators Coalition or “c3”)

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