Auburn gym owner supports proof of vaccination requirement despite push back from patrons

The owner of Sumner Ninja in Auburn says the requirement will make gym-goers safer, while some customers say they’ll be taking their business elsewhere.

AUBURN, Wash. — A new King County health order will require proof of vaccination or a negative test for most indoor spaces, including gyms and performance venues. The order will have some of its biggest impacts in the Kent-Auburn area where the vaccination rate is 68.6%, the lowest in King County. 

“I think it’s a good step forward. It’s going to give people a bit more safety they’re going to feel a bit more comfortable walking into places,” said David Anderson, owner

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