Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-05 06:25:21 –
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Honolulu (AP) — The Mayor of Honolulu has stated that it will soon require patrons of restaurants, bars, museums, theaters and other facilities to present evidence of vaccination or a recent negative test for COVID-19.
The rule, which came into force on September 13, aims to help the city overcome the epidemic of highly contagious delta variants.
Honolulu joins other cities such as New Orleans and Newyork that implement similar requirements.
Children under the age of 12 are exempt.
Facility employees are required to present evidence of vaccination or undergo weekly inspections.
Businesses that do not comply may be fined or closed.
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