Chicago and Boston will require proof of vaccination

Chicago and Boston to require vaccination proof

Press Release from City of Chicago

Beginning on Jan. 3, the city will require everyone ages 5 and up to be fully vaccinated in order to access indoor dining, fitness and recreation venues. They must present either their vaccination card, a photocopy of it, a digital record or a printed record from their vaccine provider.MaThe order will remain in effect until city officials have determined the threat of COVID-19 to public health has “diminished significantly.

Press Release from city of Boston

Indoor dining:

Indoor portions of food service establishments offering food and drink, including:

  • restaurants
  • bars, and
  • all indoor dining areas of food service establishments.

The requirements of this Order shall NOT apply to:

  • any food service establishment offering food or drink exclusively for off-premises or outdoor consumption, or
  • a food service establishment providing charitable food services, such as soup kitchens.
Indoor Entertainment, recreational, and event venues, including:
  • movie theaters
  • music or concert venues
  • commercial event and party venues
  • museums and galleries
  • professional sports arenas and indoor stadiums
  • convention centers and exhibition halls
  • performing arts theaters
  • bowling alleys, and
  • other recreational centers.
Indoor gyms and fitness settings, including:
  • commercial gyms and fitness centers
  • yoga, pilates, barre, and dance studios
  • boxing and kickboxing gyms
  • fitness boot camps
  • indoor pools, and
  • other facilities used for conducting group fitness classes.

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