The Kravis Center and iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre are listed among over a hundred cases of suspected violations of Florida's law banning so-called "vaccine passports."
The Department of Health could fine the companies $5,000 per violation.
Other entities on the list that was just made public include the Miami Marlins, the only major sports team being investigated, as well as the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, the Plantation Police Department and the City of Miramar.
Delray Beach is NOT on the list, despite employees being ordered to get the COVID vaccine or face termination, with only religious and medical exemptions. The law is being disputed in court.
The CEO of the Broward Center says their policy doesn't violate the law, because it features a testing requirement, but allows guests to voluntarily show proof of vaccination to be exempted from that.
A spokeswoman for the Kravis Center sent our news partners at CBS12 this statement: "The Kravis Center has adopted a Covid-19 policy which we believe is in the best safety and health interests of our performers, patrons, volunteers, staff and the public at large. We believe our policy is in full compliance with all applicable laws."
Just like the Broward Center, the Kravis Center features a testing requirement, but allows patrons to voluntarily show proof of vaccination.
A spokeswoman for Governor DeSantis says "an investigation is not a finding of a violation."