Restaurants and bars will require proof of vaccination for customers. Here’s why

Posted By on August 6, 2021

Yes, It is legal for restaurants and bars to require proof of vaccination for customers...

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A growing number of Bay Area restaurants and bars are asking patrons to show their vaccine cards before entering, leading to some online backlash and confusion about the practice’s legality.

Can restaurants legally require their employees and customers to be vaccinated? The short and simple answer is yes, but there are a few caveats. And no, they aren’t related to the false notion that businesses requiring customers to show proof of vaccination constitutes a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act violation.

Please read extended article written by Janelle Bitker for the SF Chronicle. Click on link below:

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