With California’s COVID infection rate among the lowest rates in the country, the city of Los Angeles is taking measures to keep it that way.
On Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles City Council voted on and approved a new ordinance that would require people who go to indoor restaurants, bars, gyms, shopping centers, movie theaters, and yes, concert venues, to be fully vaccinated. Customers and attendees will have to show proof of vaccination for entry. As of now, New York City and San Francisco have similar laws, which caused some problems with some NBA players.
It will go into effect on November 4, pending
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