Los Angeles County will require vaccination or negative test at mega-events, bars, nightclubs, breweries

Los Angeles County’s chief public health officer said Wednesday, Sept. 15, that the county will amend its health order this week to require “targeted” vaccine verification at outdoor mega events and certain businesses, warning that the region will face “endless cycles” of coronavirus surges every few months without more vaccine coverage across the region.

The amended order, which will be posted on Friday, will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test starting Oct. 7 for outdoor large concerts, sports events and other activities of 10,000 people or more. It will also will mandate customers and employees at the indoor areas of bars, nightclubs, breweries and lounges to show

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