Proof of vaccinations is become a requirement at many restaurants. | Shutterstock
A running list of restaurants and bars that have adopted pandemic new safety policies in light of the highly transmissible delta variant
Chicago has not instituted a new mask mandate (the city is recommending that everyone mask up indoors, regardless of vaccination status). However, a notable rise in COVID-19 cases related to the highly transmissible delta variant has prompted a growing group of bar and restaurant operators to implement their own vaccine requirements for patrons.
City officials are recommending masks or facial covering for everyone passing through indoor public places. It remains to be seen if they will follow New York City’s lead and require all diners to show proof of vaccination to eat indoors. Many restaurants and bar owners are contemplating a move, but waiting to see data and how their peers react.
Know of a Chicago restaurant, bar, or venue implementing vaccine mandate or requiring negative COVID-19 test? Send the details to email@example.com.
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Hello. We updated our covid protocol. Please visit the link below for more information. https://t.co/iKbsIu0i14
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— The Empty Bottle (@theemptybottle) August 4, 2021
Split-Rail: Owner Zoe Schor says masks and vaccinations will be required.