A bunch of hocus pocus.
We told you this could get ugly.
One of California’s Premier Burger Chains is Refusing to Enforce Vaccine Rules. This Could Get Ugly.
The San Francisco Department of Public Health has forced the closure of an In-N-Out Burger in Fisherman’s Wharf for failing to check customers’ vaccination cards.
Seventy-six officers have been placed on leave due to vaccination status. That number is lower than was expected.
Beginning next month, customers of indoor establishments such as restaurants, gyms, and salons in Los Angeles must show proof of vaccination before entering.
The Los Angeles City Council delayed its vote on a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for indoor spaces Wednesday after one of its members withheld their vote.
Patrons of indoor restaurants, bars, gyms, spas and other covered businesses in West Hollywood must show proof of vaccination before entering.
San Francisco has become the first city in the state to require proof of vaccination to enter an array of indoor public spaces.
Attacks at LA City Hall and Sutter Creek Elementary School Underscore the Poisoned Public Health Debate
According to Superintendent Torie Gibson, a parent verbally assaulted the school’s principal over its mandatory face mask policy. When a teacher intervened, the parent physically assaulted the teacher.
LA City leaders voted unanimously Wednesday to move forward with an ordinance requiring partial vaccination to enter public indoor spaces.