It’s been two weeks since Lollapalooza started on July 29, 2021, and Dr. Allison Arwady, commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health, now says there are “no unexpected results” from the festival regarding COVID-19.

On Twitter, Dr. Arwady, there is no evidence that the estimated 385,000-person festival was a “super-spreader event” or that it had “a significant impact on Chicago’s COVID-19 epidemiology.”

Dr. Arwady also said that Chicago has tracked a total of 203 COVID-19 cases identified with attending Lollapalooza, and that no hospital admissions or deaths have been reported as of August 11th due to participation.

Concert promoter AEG Presents announced today that it will require full vaccination records from October 1st for all attendees and event staff at its venues and festivals. Big artists like Jason Isbell and Bleachers require proof of vaccination or negative COVID tests for everyone to attend their concerts this year.