Similar to the New York City vaccination mandate announced a day earlier, Los Angeles lawmakers introduced a measure Wednesday calling for vaccination requirements in indoor public spaces, such as restaurants and movie theaters.
An ordinance requiring individuals 16 years and older to have received at least one dose before entering indoor public spaces would be drafted by the city attorney. An example of a restaurant or bar is a retail establishment. An example of an entertainment center is a stadium or concert venue.
County public health officials praised the proposal to weigh the risks to residents, businesses, and customers while adding additional protections such as requiring proof of vaccination.
The city’s proposal came a day after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an order requiring workers and customers to show proof of vaccination in order to enter indoor public spaces, like restaurants, gyms, and movie theaters. Officials in San Francisco said Tuesday they were considering a similar order.
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