Los Angeles County is planning to expand its key certification for the Covid-19 vaccine in indoor venues such as bars and nightclubs and outdoor “major events” such as concerts and sports events.
The most populous region in the U.S. is launching a health reform program this week outlining needs, Barbara Ferrer, the state health director, said Wednesday.
The law will require all customers and employees of bars, nightclubs, nightclubs and wineries to have received the Covid-19 vaccine by October 7 and to receive their second on November 4.
Restaurants will be strongly encouraged, but not required, to ensure the vaccination of people who are overseeing or working in their homes. Ferrer said the law focuses more on “bars” without eating licenses because events, such as singing and dancing, that take place in bars represent a higher risk of contracting the virus than seafood.
“This is a flexible approach that will enable us to deal with surges,” Ferrer said at a meeting of state officials.
The law will also help establish foreign restrictions, which are known to be more than 10,000 people. From October 7, all attendees, co-workers and participants in the event will be required to demonstrate proof of Covid-19 vaccine or a misdiagnosis that occurred 72 hours before the event.
These requirements will also apply to sports events, including those in the city’s top clubs, such as the Los Angeles Dodgers in baseball and the Rams and Chargers in American football, as well as pastures such as Universal Studios Hollywood.
LA County in April provided information on mega items. Attendees at home conferences, with a capacity of more than 5,000 people, must already prove proof of the Covid-19 vaccine or error.
New Orleans, New York City and San Francisco are some of the US cities with the same requirements as consumers and staff at bars, nightclubs and other indoor venues such as gyms and restaurants showing evidence of entry vaccination.