December 6, 2022

Bars in Los Angeles County require proof of vaccination in large cases

Customers and workers in indoor bars and nightclubs in Los Angeles County need to be vaccinated Govit-19 Starting next month, health officials said Wednesday.

Rules for the most populous district in the country will begin on October 7, the district health department Said About the order to be released this week.

Customers and staff in bars, wineries, pubs and lounges must have at least one vaccine by Oct. 7 and two doses by Nov. 4. This does not apply to indoor restaurants but is recommended.

In outdoor events of more than 10,000 people, participants are required to check for the vaccine or the latest negative Govt-19 test, the department said.

Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said in a statement, “This is a fair path that could better break the cycle of the uprising.”

There have been more than 1.3 million cases of Govt-19 and more than 24,300 deaths in Los Angeles County since the outbreak. Department of Health.

The move comes after President Joe Biden last week called for large-scale venues such as sports halls and concerts to be vaccinated or tested negative.

In August, New York City became the first major city in the country Evidence for vaccine or negative test is required Indoor spaces such as restaurants, theaters and theaters.

California and Los Angeles area authorities have already made vaccinations mandatory in some cases.

The government needs civil servants, Health workers And Public school teachers and staff Vaccinate against Govit-19 or get tested regularly.

Los Angeles City Council approved Requirements The staff was vaccinated last month. Some Los Angeles police officers Have sued To challenge fate.

Last week, the Los Angeles Public School District Board of Education approved the regulations All students 12 years of age or older To be vaccinated.

Anger over the Govt-19 restrictions sparked an attempt I remember Governor Gavin Newsom, this Severely defeated Tuesday by voters.

Newsom, a Democrat, said Wednesday the government would not issue a rule like LA County, but that officials would follow scientific and dynamic conditions.

“Now, we are in a state of satisfaction in the state today,” he told Newsom reporters.

In Los Angeles County, approximately 67 percent of 12-year-olds and older are fully vaccinated District Department of Health. Nationwide, the ratio for that group is approx 63 percent.