Boston to require vaccination proof for restaurants, others

BOSTON MAYOR Michelle Wu on Monday said the city will require COVID-19 vaccination proof for restaurants and others beginning next month. Above, Wu speaks with a reporter in Washington, D.C., last week. AP PHOTO/PATRICK SEMANSKY
Workers and customers at restaurants, gyms and many other indoor businesses in Boston will be required to show proof of coronavirus vaccination starting in mid-January in an effort to curb a rise in new cases across the city and state, Mayor Michelle Wu said Monday. In addition, city employees will be required to get vaccinated,…

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