At Tanglewood, the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer home, concertgoers “will not need to show proof of vaccination or a negative test result,” writes Clarence Fanto in Friday’s (6/10) Berkshire Eagle (MA). Masking will be “optional for the open-air Koussevitzky Music Shed and throughout the grounds. But masking is highly recommended for the indoor performing spaces on the campus—Ozawa Hall … and the Linde Center for Music and Learning … and Cindy’s Cafe…. Proof of full vaccination and one booster dose is still required for orchestra musicians, BSO staff, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, and guest artists…. The orchestra’s classical season opens on July 8…. In its [Friday] announcement the BSO also listed additional safety enhancements: Air circulation systems for all public-access indoor spaces on the Tanglewood grounds have been evaluated, with necessary upgrades installed and activated for upgraded ventilation and filtration…. COVID-19 protocols at Tanglewood are based on guidance from the CDC, the state, Tri-Town Health and the BSO’s advisers and medical experts, including 9 Foundations, which supplies health buildings strategies as part of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The BSO … will continue to communicate directly with ticket holders by email with any updated information.”