Over 30 NYC Businesses Have Adopted The City’s Indoor Vaccine Mandate Early

Claire Leaden Claire Leaden

Over 30 NYC Businesses Have Adopted The City’s Indoor Vaccine Mandate Early

NYC’s proof of vaccination requirement for indoor activities kicks off this coming Monday, August 16.

Soon, New Yorkers won’t be able to dine indoors, go to the gym, go to an indoor performance or concert, etc., without first showing proof of vaccination. The new policy goes into effect Monday, but will begin a “transition period” of sorts with enforcement not starting until September 13.

Still, some businesses have begun adopting the vaccine requirement early. Mayor de Blasio applauded them in a press conference this week.

“Early adopters of the Key to NYC program are public health heroes. Their leadership and fast action sends a powerful message: New Yorkers will do everything in our power to keep each other safe and defeat COVID-19,” he said in a press statement. “Mass vaccination is the only way to stop the spread – and these businesses are giving New Yorkers more reasons than ever to protect themselves and their communities. I’m proud to stand with them.”

Here they are, so be prepared to show proof if you head to one of these spots between now & Monday!

  • Amor Y Amargo
  • Avant Garden
  • Bossa Nova Civic Club
  • Cadence
  • City Winery
  • Dame
  • Death & Co
  • Dirt Candy
  • Etérea
  • Felix Storch
  • Forsythia
  • Gertie
  • Ilili
  • Jeju Noodle
  • Ladybird
  • Leland
  • Leyenda
  • Llama San
  • Nowadays
  • Proletariat
  • PUBLIC Hotel
  • Related
  • RXR Realty
  • Soda Club
  • Tannat
  • The Bell House
  • The Durst Organization
  • The Pedal House
  • The Queensboro
  • Union Hall
  • Unter
  • Yellow Rose­

Acceptable forms of vaccination proof include: CDC-issued vaccination card, the New York State Excelsior Pass, or the NYC COVID Safe App.

See also: NYC Will Now Pay You $100 To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine

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