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The Los Angeles city council has reportedly approved a measure that will require residents to present a card verifying their vaccination status before being able to enter gyms, restaurants and other businesses.

As The Daily Wire reports:

The Los Angeles City Council voted 11-2 on Wednesday to pass a new ordinance mandating most adult patrons provide evidence of vaccination against COVID-19 to enter the “indoor portion of a covered location” of numerous businesses, including restaurants, bars, personal care establishments, and shopping centers.

According to KFI News, “retail establishments, including grocery stores and pharmacies, are not included in the draft ordinance.”

A spokesperson for Democratic Mayor Eric Garcetti said he intends to sign the measure into law.

The Los Angeles Times reported, “Under the new law, businesses must require proof of vaccination when customers enter indoor facilities starting on Nov. 4, including coffee shops, gyms, museums, bowling alleys, spas and a range of other venues.”

The ordinance includes punishments for buisnesses that fail to comply with the order ranging from a verbal warning to a $5,000 fine.

 


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John Funderburk
John Funderburk
1 month ago

Do not frequent the gyms, resturants or other establishments in LA jsut drive and eat in other countries with sane rules

Mikey
Mikey
1 month ago

Unfortunately, in Commiefornia that will be a long drive.

Omega 2
Omega 2
1 month ago

RANK ” DISCRIMINATION AND HARASSMET IN THE ” DICTATORS CUTY “! AS WELL ILLEGAL!

Myrna
Myrna
1 month ago

When a state is broke and they want laws to promote no business. It is very hard to rap your brain around that. Unfortunately the same people voting in California are moving to our states and will vote the same. Like the saying goes, you can’t fix stupid!