Only Vaccinated Celebrities and Models Can Be Featured in Condé Nast Shoots
Condé Nast now works only with vaccinated celebrities and models who are involved in the magazine shoots. Thus, all employees, including consultants and service providers must be fully vaccinated.
In such a way, the publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker decided not to risk and performed a policy last month that all people who work on the set must have vaccines.
The magazine’s goal is to guarantee the protection of the health of all the contributors and talents, as well as to reduce the chances of spreading the virus.
The publisher’s policy could also be seen during the Met Gala, where the guests needed proof of vaccination to attend the event. In addition, the visitors were asked to wear protective masks inside the building, the exceptions were meals and drinks.
Other media companies implement similar policies whose staff needs to be vaccinated in order to stay in the office. For example, the Wall Street Journal lets employees without vaccination work in the office but they will need to get tested for COVID-19 every week and wear masks all the time.
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