Mayor Michelle Wu Rescinds Vaccination Proof Mandate for Boston Restaurants Effective Immediately

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The vaccine mandate for Boston restaurants is over.

According to a tweet from Mayor Michelle Wu, the vaccination proof mandate for dining and drinking spots in the city has been rescinded, with Wu saying that “As of today, our public health data show that Boston is officially below the 3 critical thresholds for heightened COVID protections, so we are lifting the proof of vaccination requirement.” Universal Hub mentions this as well, posting the following quote: “Today’s public health data shows Boston has a 4.0% community positivity rate; 90.7% occupancy rate of adult ICU beds, and 7-day average of adult COVID-19 hospitalizations at 195.9 per day, falling below all three previously announced thresholds.” (UH does also say that masks will still need to be worn in public indoor spaces, though that will be reviewed next week as well.)

Mayor Wu announced the vaccination proof mandate on December 20 in the wake of the Omicron surge at the time, with the mandate beginning on January 15.

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