Many Seattle bars and restaurants now require proof of vaccination

Many bars adopted the policy this weekend after some spots had to shutdown because vaccinated staff tested positive for COVID-19.

SEATTLE — Proof of being vaccinated against COVID-19 is becoming increasingly necessary to enter Seattle bars and restaurants. 

Restaurant and bar employees say this weekend the trend started to take off. Many now have signs outside saying “Proof of vaccination with matching valid I.D. required.”

Some Random Bar in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood had a sign outside Sunday reading, “No Vax…No service! No exceptions.” 

“I’ve seen people have [their vaccine card] laminated. I’ve seen people have it in Ziplocs. I’ve seen people just

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