Compulsive vaccination in New York
New York will need vaccination certification to enter restaurants, gyms and entertainment venues, Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday, making it the first city in the United States to create a passport.
Called the “NYC Pass Key,” the mayor explained at a news conference that “indoor restaurants, gymnasiums and theaters’ staff and customers will need to be vaccinated,” which requires “at least one dose.” “If you are vaccinated (…), you have the key, you can open the door. But if you are not vaccinated, unfortunately, you will not be able to participate in many activities,” added Bill de Blasio.
He said the device, which is similar to the Health Pass, which will be implemented in France within a year, will be launched in New York on August 16, but the first test of its implementation will take place from September 13.
Over the past two weeks, the mayor and governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, has faced a resurgence in the number of Govt cases, amplifying announcements to officers to strengthen the vaccine and recommend wearing a mask. Due to the variation delta.