L.A. City Will Lift Proof of COVID Vaccine Requirement at Bars, Gyms & More


We are slowly getting back to some normalcy as the numbers of COVID-19 goes down across the nation.

According to KTLA 5, the Los Angeles City Council voted today to end the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for many indoor businesses. Once Mayor Eric Garcetti signs the measure, the city can stop requiring people to show their proof of the COVID-19 vaccine to enter restaurants, bars, gyms, movie theaters, concert venues, convention centers, card rooms, play areas, museums, spas, salons and indoor city facilities.

Even though the city will be lifting the requirements, individual businesses can still choose to ask customers for their vaccine cards. Go to KTLA 5 for more.


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