L.A County Plans On Requiring COVID Vaccines At Bars, Nightclubs, Wineries, Etc.


Alice Short

Molly Moore shows off her vaccine card, which allowed her to gain entry into Permanent Records Roadhouse in Cypress Park.

Proof of vaccination will soon be required at bars, wineries, nightclubs, and lounges in L.A County. Just like the COVID-19, we are also battling the recent virus announced, Delta Variant.

“This is a reasonable path forward that will position us to be better able to break the cycle of surges,” Ferrer said during Wednesday’s L.A. County Board of Supervisors meeting.

This order will include all areas of Los Angeles County except for Long Beach and Pasadena since they have their own public health department.

The new vaccine order will require employees at indoor drinking establishments to confirm that they have had at least one dose of vaccine by Oct. 7. Employees must be able to show proof of complete vaccination by Nov. 4.

More than a few businesses have created their own orders relating to the COVID-19 proof of vaccination. Businesses like CVS Health, Delta Air Lines, Hollywood workers, Walgreens, Walmart, Walt Disney Co., etc. These companies/businesses need their employees to be fully vaccinated and a lot of these require the customers to be fully vaccinated as well, or at least have the first shot.