Los Angeles County plans to require proof of vaccination to enter indoor bars and nightclubs, while those attending NFL games and other large outdoor events must show that they’ve been inoculated or tested negative for Covid-19.
The new vaccine order will be issued later this week, the county’s public health officer said on Wednesday. Customers and workers at indoor bars, nightclubs, wineries, breweries and lounges will have to show proof of at least one jab by October 7 and full vaccination by November 4, the health officer, Dr. Barbara Ferrer, announced.
Mask mandates and vaccine passports are a performance, a taking of the knee to a warped health-and-safety morality Mask mandates and vaccine passports are a performance, a taking of the knee to a warped health-and-safety morality
The most populous US county stopped short of mandating proof of vaccination for restaurants, but it will strongly recommend jab verifications for indoor dining. All fans, workers and participants at outdoor events attended by 10,000 or more people – such as Los Angeles Dodgers baseball games and Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers football games – will be forced to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test within the past 72 hours.