Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced she is ending her vaccination requirement for indoor venues starting this Tuesday.
Why not today?
Bowser also announced DC’s mask mandate will be lifted on March 1 – except for schools, libraries and childcare facilities.
Children will still be abused and muzzled.
DC @MayorBowser to lift most #COVID mandates. #vaccine mandate for indoor venues expires February 15. Indoor mask mandate expires February 28. Some mask requirements remain as do @dcpublicschools vaccine & mask mandates. @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/THUsgZVPfP
— Mark Segraves (@SegravesNBC4) February 14, 2022
In December Bowser announced that DC will require proof of Covid vaccination to enter restaurants, bars, nightclubs, coffee shops, theaters and more.
The District of Columbia on January 15 launched a citywide vaccine passport system for indoor activities and dining.
One month later Bowser dropped the vaccine passport system.
Although Democrat governors have recently lifted their statewide mask mandates, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, New York City and San Francisco still haven’t ended their vaccine passport systems.
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