The New York Times reports:
Los Angeles will require most people to provide proof of full coronavirus vaccination to enter a range of indoor businesses, including restaurants, gyms, museums, movie theaters and salons, in one of the nation’s strictest vaccine rules.
The new law, which was approved by the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday, will allow people with medical conditions that do not allow them to be vaccinated, or who have a sincerely held religious objection, to instead show proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within the preceding 72 hours.
It will take effect on Nov. 4, which city officials have said should give the city and businesses enough time to figure out how the rule should be enforced.
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Los Angeles will require proof of Covid vaccination to enter many indoor businesses starting Nov. 4, in one of the strictest rules in the U.S. https://t.co/I9yxi3wHit
— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 6, 2021
Now, the businesses that must require vaccines also include restaurants of any kind, gyms, entertainment venues (movie theaters, shopping centers, concert and performance venues, sports arenas, museums, arcades) and personal care establishments. https://t.co/F1w31Cb2Lx
— Variety (@Variety) October 6, 2021
BREAKING: The Los Angeles City Council passed an ordinance requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter indoor restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, malls and other areas https://t.co/EtHOXRUWa7
— KTLA (@KTLA) October 6, 2021