Group of 500 San Francisco bars deciding whether to require proof of vaccination before entry

Due to a surge in COVID-19 cases driven by the highly contagious delta variant, a group of more than 500 San Francisco bar owners is considering whether to require vaccine cards for entry at their members' bars across the city, just as new mask...

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fu94103
fu94103
147 · 5 days ago · Reddit

I agree with this, un-vaccinated people should be required to stay in the parklet/​outdoor section if they want to be around groups of people at a bar.

In the last 2 weeks 10 of my un-vaccinated, by choice, employees are positive or out on quarantine because they were working closely with a positive person. This variant is way more contagious in my experience.

hey__bob
hey__bob
144 · 5 days ago · Reddit

This shouldn’t be controversial. If you’re vaccinated you should feel comfortable proving your status. If you’re not, you shouldn’t be allowed to lie and endanger others.

happyguy012
happyguy012
107 · 5 days ago · Reddit

Great! These bars just won a new customer. Have to stop accommodating these anti-vaxxers.

TransGirlKatie1
TransGirlKatie1
33 · 5 days ago · Reddit

I think it's much better too require proof of vaccination than it is too force everyone too wear masks or more lockdowns

yankeesyes
yankeesyes
25 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Time to stop punishing the people who followed recommendations. Don't want to vax? No problem. Don't want to vax but still want the privileges of being in crowded places? Problem.

If someone legitimately cannot vax, I sympathize but most people in that position are already taking precautions.

smb06
smb06
24 · 5 days ago · Reddit

YAAASS! I really hope they do. I will proudly carry my vaccination card to the bars so that we do not have go down the maddening route of “well I can’t ask you for your vaccination proof so how about everyone just mask up even vaccinated people”

No damn it ask me for my vaccine proof. I will share loud and proud.

Anxious_Blood
Anxious_Blood
11 · 5 days ago · Reddit

I would love this. I was extremely cautious before getting vaccinated and never indoor or really even outdoor dined anywhere. The last couple of months have been fun getting back into the rythym of going out but now I'm starting to get more cautious again. Not to be too depressing but I have a few vaccinated friends and coworkers in the area that have tested positive in the last couple weeks (mild or no symptoms though!) so I'm going to have to assess my own risk tolerance moving forward.

skelly6
skelly6
5 · 5 days ago · Reddit

The chances of me getting a drink in a bar without this are zero

nanbr340
nanbr340
5 · 5 days ago · Reddit

I think the news is just trying to make it a big deal. I was pleasantly surprised to see so many people who wore the mask once the mandate was lifted. The news just likes to rile the non maskers up to get a story. We are all tired of it so let's just do it and get this virus over with. No vaccine go somewhere else. Let the rest of us move on.