New York City vaccine mandate presents new challenges for restaurants

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Starting Monday, New York City will become the first major U.S. city to impose a vaccination requirement for indoor dining, leaving restaurant operators across the five boroughs with a host of new challenges to tackle.Prompted by the surge in new Covid-19 cases tied to the delta variant, the city is requiring proof of at least one vaccine dose for a number of indoor activities, including dining, fitness clubs and attending indoor performances in New York City, making it the first major U.S. city to impose such restrictions. Employees of those venues are also required to be vaccinated. Following a few weeks to transition, enforcement is slated to start Sept. 13.The policy is gaining traction. On Thursday, San Francisco followed New York's lead, implementing its own vaccination requirement for indoor activities that will go into effect in Aug. 20. The California city's mandate differs slightly from New York's by requiring proof of full vaccination but allowing two months for emp
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