Chicago Imposes Proof Of Vaccine Requirement For Daily Living
As of Monday, Chicago and several Cook County suburbs have implemented heavy restrictions on unvaccinated residents.
The proof of vaccine rules in Chicago will apply to everyone age 5 and older and includes restaurants, bars, gyms and other venues like sports and entertainment arenas.
According to the new guidelines, those 5 and older must show proof of full vaccination, but anyone ages 16 and older will also need to provide identification that matches their vaccination record. Employees at such venues will also need to either be vaccinated or wear a mask and show proof of weekly negative COVID-19 tests.