L.A. to Require COVID Vaccine Proof for Indoor Restaurants, Gyms, Malls in One of Nation’s Strictest Mandates

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Council President Martinez said there are still too many unvaccinated residents & that those who have been vaccinated “deserve to go back to normal.”

By Nouran Salahieh, Sandra Mitchell & John Fenoglio for KTLA & Posted by Signs of the Times
© 2021 KTLA – All Rights Reserved

L.A. to Require COVID Vaccine Proof for Indoor Restaurants, Gyms, Malls in One of Nation’s Strictest Mandates

  • Winston’s CommentThose who believed the Tee Vee Propaganda brain washing, then Zombie-Walked into the Government Centers & voluntarily surrendered their Bodily Autonomy, while pledging fealty to the State – “deserve to go back to normal.”
  • If you think you are EVER going back to “normal”, I have a Bridge in Brooklyn to sell you…

Mayor Eric Garcetti signed a sweeping mandate Wednesday requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter a wide variety of indoor venues.

Under the ordinance passed by the Los Angeles City Council earlier Wednesday, patrons aged 12 and older will have to show proof of full vaccination at indoor areas including restaurants, bars, gyms, movie theaters, convention centers, card rooms, museums, malls, play areas, spas, salons and indoor city facilities beginning Nov. 4.

It’s one of the nation’s strictest vaccine mandates, according to the Associated Press.

The city’s ordinance expands on a countywide order that on Thursday will begin requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination at indoor bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs, lounges and mega outdoor events.

There are exemptions to the city’s requirements: Those who self-attest to having a medical or religious reason for not getting vaccinated can instead provide a negative coronavirus test taken during the 72 hours before entering an indoor space.

Patrons who aren’t vaccinated and don’t qualify for an exemption can still opt to use outdoor areas of the venues. And they can be allowed to briefly go inside the location to use the restroom, order or pick up an item if they’re masked.

“No one is forcing anyone to get vaccinated,” L.A. City Council President Nury Martinez said last week. “But if you don’t, there are certain things you will not be able to do without showing proof of vaccination.”

Signs of the Times Comment: Yeah, sure. No one is allegedly forcing anybody to get vaccinated but if you don’t vaccinate we will make you life a living hell. Well, a great choice we have..

The city’s ordinance passed with an 11-2 vote — not unanimously, which means it was approved without the urgency clause. It’s unclear whether that will delay when the vaccine proof requirement rules take effect.

The City Council was initially set to vote on the proposal last week, but it was postponed after mayoral candidate Councilman Joe Buscaino withheld his vote over concerns about enforcement, and that it could sow confusion since it differs from county rules.

Buscaino, along with Councilman John Lee, voted against the law on Wednesday.

Council President Martinez, who introduced the motion, said there are still too many unvaccinated residents and that those who have been vaccinated “deserve to go back to normal.”

So far, 69% of L.A. County residents over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated, according to county data.

“We’re getting tired of protecting people who do not want to protect themselves and get vaccinated,” Martinez said last week.

Signs of the Times Comment: If some people don’t want to be protected, then they don’t think they are under a threat. If 69% are vaccinated or “protected” as they sat and the others don’t think they are under a threat, why all these restrictive, inhuman measures?

Logical conclusion is that the vaccines do not offer any significant protection, or they are just gaslighting the people to receive the experimental mRNA shots for other nefarious purposes.

Some business owners said they were concerned about having to turn away customers while still recovering from the economic downturn.

“I feel like it’s necessary, but it is definitely going to hinder some regular business procedures,” said Curtis Park, owner of Coffee Memes cafe in Silver Lake. “I’m kind of happy, kind of worried.”

Venues can be issued a citation for not implementing the requirement, and may be fined $1,000 for a second violation, or more for subsequent violations, according to the city’s ordinance.

Martinez said city officials worked with local businesses on best practices for implementing the requirements and there hasn’t been much pushback.

Some restaurants and bars throughout L.A. County had already started requiring customers to show proof that they are vaccinated against COVID-19 weeks ago.

And guests have been required to show vaccine proof at many large entertainment venues, like at the Hollywood Bowl.

L.A. County Health Director Barbara Ferrer said last week that targeted vaccine verification requirements will help the county break its “cycle of surges.”

As of Sept. 27, COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths both had declined by 45% from the month before. Officials said that while the declines are promising, the county still sees an average of 14 deaths a day.

“The reality is we’re not back to normal,” Ferrer said, adding that the city can’t wait until spread is high again before acting.

Signs of the Times Comment: In reality, all the facts tell us that the countries that have the highest percentage of fully vaccinated population, also have a surge of deaths and hospitalisations from Covid-19.

The vaccine requirement rules will stay in effect until the city’s Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 is lifted, the ordinance states.

By Nouran Salahieh, Sandra Mitchell & John Fenoglio for KTLA & Posted by Signs of the Times
© 2021 KTLA – All Rights Reserved

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