A number of celebrities have tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the Golden Globes party.
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Several stars, including Collin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Jamie Lee Curtis and Michelle Pfeiffer, announced they had contracted the virus within days of the awards ceremony.
The Critics Choice Awards, which aired Sunday, required contestants to take a drug test.
Forced to stay at home, some celebrities have taken to social media.
Pfeiffer was scheduled to present a lifetime achievement award to actor Jeff Bridges, who instead received his award from John Goodman.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, safety measures such as drug testing, vaccinations and mask requirements were inconsistent at various galas earlier in the year.
Some in-person events and ceremonies did not require health measures, while others, such as the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards, required either testing, proof of vaccination, or both.