Museums and theaters are in a vaccine-mandate adjustment period

The city’s museums and performing arts institutions are likely to drop their vaccine mandates by late spring, as their internal operations and staff attitudes catch up to the city’s latest rules, according to Taryn Sacramone, chairwoman of a group of museums and theaters.

“It’s good for us to be talking to each other so we can do our best to set an expectation,” said Sacramone, who is executive director of the Queens Theater and chairwoman of the Cultural Institutions Group, which includes the American Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and 34 other spots that occupy public land and receive some operations funding from the

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