An In-N-Out restaurant in Contra Costa County, Calif., has been shut down for violating the county’s coronavirus vaccine mandate.
Health officials closed the restaurant Tuesday after it would not check the vaccination status of people who wanted to eat indoors.
Officials say the restaurant had multiple warnings before they were ultimately told to close indefinitely for violating the mandate.
“The Pleasant Hill In-N-Out location received four citations in recent weeks and fines totaling $1,750, all for the same health order violation, before today’s action,” Contra Costa Environmental Health said in a statement.
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