Businesses in West Hollywood are going to require visitors to be fully vaccinated before entering.
We think it’s safe to say that some are getting tired of having to go back inside. On Friday, the city of West Hollywood issued an emergency executive order requiring people to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination before visiting gyms, restaurants, and other businesses.
The move comes as “the transmission rate of the COVID-19 Delta variant remains high in Los Angeles County and throughout the nation,” the city said in a news release. It continued, saying that the mandate would be put in place “as soon as possible.”
“But, no later than October 11, 2021, Covered Businesses must require all patrons age 18 and older to show proof that they are Fully Vaccinated before entering any indoor portion of a facility, subject only to certain exceptions. Individuals who do not provide proof of full vaccination may use outdoor portions of Covered Business facilities. Persons under the age of 18 are not required to show proof of full vaccination,” the release reads.
COVID-19 vaccine verification requirements will be implemented in the City of West Hollywood as the transmission rate of the Delta variant remains high in LA County and throughout the nation.
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— City of West Hollywood (@WeHoCity) September 11, 2021