Minneapolis and St. Paul to Require Proof-of-Vaccination for Bars and Restaurants

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Minneapolis and St. Paul officials provided an update on each cities’ response to addressing the recent increase in COVID-19 cases during a virtual press conference Wednesday,

Mayors Jacob Frey and Melvin Carter announced their respective cities would institute a proof of vaccination or negative test taken within 72 hours for customers at all places where food and/or drink is sold or served indoors for consumption, effective Jan. 19, 2022. The emergency regulation includes ticketed stadium events, but schools and hospitals are exempt. A moratorium for the regulation was not provided.

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