COVID Q&A: What to know about San Jose’s booster-or-test mandate

San Jose this week approved a new ordinance mandating that anyone entering city-owned facilities such as the SAP Center for large events must prove they received a booster shot or tested negative for COVID-19.

The new order replaces the city’s previous vaccination mandate and there are some important changes that you should be aware of before heading out to watch a game or see a play in San Jose.

What does this new order say exactly?

It says anyone who is eligible for COVID-19 vaccine shots, including boosters, must prove they’ve been inoculated or tested negative before attending an indoor event of 50 or more people at a city-owned facility.

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