SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – San Francisco will stop requiring vaccination evidence to enter some closed businesses, including restaurants, bars, fitness centers and gyms.
Health officials have announced that as of Friday, businesses will require proof of vaccination or a negative test from their employees and customers.
The San Francisco Public Health Department said Wednesday that vaccination confirmation will still be required to enter the “mega” event indoors, which is defined as a gathering of 1,000 people or more, according to state guidelines, the department said in a statement.
The vast majority of city dwellers, or 83%, are fully vaccinated.
San Francisco to abandon vaccinations in gyms, bars