Kimberly Marion of Walnut Creek was eating outside Danville on Tuesday. The next time you eat at the restaurant, it’s okay to show your vaccination card.
“I fully support it. Everyone feels they need to be vaccinated,” she said.
Contracosta County has issued a vaccination obligation, and people over the age of 12 have a high prevalence of coronavirus, so vaccination evidence or COVID- within 72 hours before entering an indoor restaurant or gym. 19 You need to show that the test is negative.
“We are still very worried about the Delta variant,” said John Joya, supervisor of Contra County.
“It’s a little inconvenient to pull out the phone or show the card, but it saves lives,” said Steve Berardi of Alamo.
Similar obligations are currently under San Francisco and Berkeley law.
At Cocina Hermanas in Danville, owners say checking vaccine cards will be another challenge for staff after a difficult year of doing business.
“We strive to stay on top of it to keep our customers safe and open,” said owner Darren Matt.
Bernadette Moufarrej, owner of Incontro Restaurante, says some of her customers are unvaccinated, have no choice, or have an underlying health condition.
“How can I reject them? They are regulars, I know some who are regulars. I obey, but I don’t do it 100 percent,” she said. ..
The county says it is currently focusing on education, but will consider fines for businesses that do not comply. The health order will come into effect on September 22nd.
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