16 businesses, including 10 restaurants, cited for violating city’s proof of vaccination order

Between Jan. 3, the day the order took effect, and Wednesday, the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection issued a total of 32 citations to the businesses. The city has cited 16 businesses, 10 of them restaurants, for...

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mhm4321
mhm4321
458 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Lmao that McDonald’s at 10 E. Chicago is the thunderdome, vaccines are the least of their worries.

kickpuncher08
kickpuncher08
203 · 4 days ago · Reddit

McDonald’s, 10 E. Chicago Ave.

Anyone who knows that McDonalds knows that location already has enough trouble keeping the peace I don’t blame em. Search McDonald Chicago ave on YouTube/​Twitter and you’ll see what I mean

thomas35foreverr
thomas35foreverr
112 · 3 days ago · Reddit

Completely unfunded, no training, no uniformity, no evidence that restaurants are any more a significant source of spread than being in any sized room. This mandate is a fucking joke and only exists to hurt small businesses

RYU_INU
RYU_INU
83 · 4 days ago · Reddit

I recall reading a handful of comments about how the City wouldn't enforce this order on the South and West sides. Yet, here are a lot of addresses on the South and West sides.

Koyfe
Koyfe
52 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Honestly fuck the government for refusing to have the balls to implement a vaccine mandate that they have to enforce and instead forcing small businesses to do it for them. And then on top of that, publicly shaming the establishments that don’t adhere. Add a fucking vaccine mandate to ride public transport or attend public schools and put the onus on the city to enforce the mandates they think are necessary

XanthicStatue
XanthicStatue
45 · 3 days ago · Reddit

This is just depressing. Fuck Mayor Lightfoot and the city of Chicago for doing this.

Dystopiq
Dystopiq
44 · 3 days ago · Reddit

Every time we have a COVID article, all the shitters who aren't from Chicago flock to these threads. Jesus do they have a bot crawling this sub for keywords.

Chicagbro
Chicagbro
36 · 3 days ago · Reddit

"While each violation can potentially trigger a fine between $100 and $10,000, some businesses could also face closure, according to the municipal code and the order."

I wonder what the actual amounts cited were.

heartslonglost
heartslonglost
23 · 3 days ago · Reddit

Planet Fitness might as well be classified as a restaurant, or did they stop free donut mondays and pizza wednesdays?

Mysterious_News6847
Mysterious_News6847
15 · 3 days ago · Reddit

It’s not just Chicago it’s all of Cook County I’m a manager at a restaurant in the suburbs near Indiana and I can tell you our business has went down 40% since last Monday… my poor waitresses won’t be able to pay their bills I’ve had a couple leave already for restaurants in Indiana and I’m sure more are to follow… so when you get some restaurants that don’t follow rules it’s bullshit and makes it even harder for the people abiding by the rules😒

b_knickerbocker
b_knickerbocker
14 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Nothing like a potential $10,000 fine during the slowest month of the year. Idiots.

Alergic2Victory
Alergic2Victory
14 · 3 days ago · Reddit

What a fucking joke. Continues to say follow the science like those of us that are vaccinated aren’t getting Covid. Lightfoot is a fucking joke.

JediAvenger69
JediAvenger69
13 · 3 days ago · Reddit

Let them make their way to Edison Park. It'll be another easy 10

DeCarp
DeCarp
7 · 3 days ago · Reddit

I haven't been in a restaurant or store yet that has asked to see a vaccination card.