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originally posted by: musicismagic
originally posted by: nugget1
If this is true it's being kept top secret.
No , to go into effect this Saturday. Was at the end of Fox news with Tucker.
originally posted by: BrujaRebooted
a reply to: nugget1
I believe the OP provided Tucker as their source when challenged for a source. Now you lecture about their source? Do you need to hear it from MSDNC or CNN?
originally posted by: SeaWorthy
VaxDC: Vaccination Entry Requirement for
Certain Businesses – Guidance and FAQ
Beginning January 15, 2022, specific DC public businesses will require all patrons aged 12
years old or older to show proof that they have received at least one dose of the COVID-19
vaccine before they are allowed entry (two doses will be required starting Feb 15th).
Establishments must visibly display signage informing patrons that proof of COVID-19
vaccination is required to enter indoors. Signs for businesses can be found at vaxdc.dc.gov.
What types of businesses will be required to check vaccination status?
• Indoor food and drink establishments, such as:
o Food halls/courts
o Breweries, wineries, and distillery tasting rooms
o Seated dining halls, restaurants, and cafes in museums, libraries, hotels, and other
• Indoor cultural and entertainment establishments, such as:
o Concert, live entertainment venues
o Sporting venues
o Movie theaters
o Pool and billiard halls
o Bowling alleys
o Cigar bars
o Hookah bars
o Adult entertainment venues
• Indoor exercise and recreational facilities, such as:
o Fitness Studios
• Indoor event and meeting establishments, such as:
o Hotel meeting rooms
o Banquet halls
o Conference center meeting facilities
o Event/banquet halls in museums and libraries
o Convention centers
o Shared work facilities when hosting events
• Any other indoor establishment designated by the Director of the DC Department of
Exemptions for providing proof of vaccination
• Only briefly entering (i.e. to use the restroom, pick up an order to go)
• Medically exempt or unable to take the vaccine out of a sincerely held religious belief.
o Patrons who have and show documentation of medical or religious exemptions
from the COVID-19 vaccine must provide a negative PCR or antigen test
within the last 24 hours.
now personally i find the whole idea rather silly, even though done with the best of intentions, considering the vaccines don't do anything to stop the spread of covid, and just is to help the vaccinated person avoid the worst health effects from it