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FAQs – COVID 19 traffic light system

Updated 03/12/2021


Why have we made it mandatory to be fully vaccinated before visiting the Museum?

The Cambridge Historical Society has decided that the best way to ensure the well-being of our community, our visitors, and our staff is to require people entering Cambridge Museum to be double vaccinated. We have made this decision after weighing up the risks and benefits, and especially considering our visitors under 12 who cannot currently be vaccinated.

We consider that requiring double vaccination will make Cambridge Museum as safe as it can be, and keep the museum accessible for as many manuhiri as possible.

With the Covid-19 Protection Framework | Te Pou Tarāwaho Ārai Kowheori (aka the traffic light system), all visitors to Cambridge Museum be double vaccinated.


How will my Vaccination Pass be checked when I enter the venue?

We will check visitors’ vaccination status at the entrance to Cambridge Museum. Children under 12 will be exempt because they can’t currently be vaccinated.


Will the double vaccination card be accepted as well as the Vaccination Pass or printed vaccination confirmation?

No.  Only the Vaccination Pass (either digital or hard copy) will be accepted.


Will people with medical exemptions still be able to visit the Cambridge Museum?

Yes. The Government has stated those with exemptions will also be issued a Vaccination Pass.


Will all contractors need to be vaccinated?

Yes.  Everyone who enters the Museum needs to hold a valid Vaccination Pass.


Where can I get my Vaccination Pass?

Go to the My Covid Record website for full information on how to obtain a Vaccination Pass.


How can I get more information about the Covid-19 Protection Framework and Vaccination Passes?

Visit the Unite Against Covid-19 website for official information.