San Francisco’s ABC News affiliate reports:
San Francisco will become the first major U.S. city to require full vaccination for patrons and employees at certain indoor establishments.
Proof of vaccination will be required at indoor bars, restaurants, clubs, theaters, and entertainment venues, as well as indoor gyms and other fitness establishments. This does not include individuals ordering or picking up food or drink to go.
SF’s order also creates a new proof of vaccination requirement for large events at indoor venues, requiring attendees who are age 12 or older at events with 1,000 people or more to provide proof of vaccination.
Read the full article. Yesterday the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to draft a similar ordinance, but the final order has not yet been issued.
JUST IN: San Francisco will become the first major city in the country to require proof of full vaccination against the coronavirus for a variety of indoor activities, including going into bars, restaurants and gyms https://t.co/0msGNnW3Bb
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) August 12, 2021
#BREAKING: San Francisco Mayor @LondonBreed just announced the city would require proof of full vaccination for several indoor activities, including entering bars, restaurants & gyms. @KPIXtv https://t.co/4s9gZo5UIl
— Justin Andrews (@Justin_EAndrews) August 12, 2021