Nightclubs look ahead to end of city's vaccine mandates

The stage is set at Q.E.D. in Astoria. The small comedy club and performing arts venue got creative during the pandemic so the show could go on.

While Mayor Eric Adams is poised to lift COVID-19 vaccine mandates for restaurants, bars and theaters by March 7th, QED’s owner Kambri Crews doesn’t think it’s going to make a big difference for her customers.

“We’ve pretty much not seen an issue with asking for vaccines. Most of our clientele was fully vaccinated. They were the first in line to get the boosters,” said Crews.

Adams said the decrease in coronavirus cases could lead to the city dropping vaccine mandates for

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