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Boston Vaccine Mandate in Effect, Businesses Adjusting – NBC Boston

Two days after the City of Boston’s vaccine mandate went into effect, requiring certain businesses to verify customers’ vaccination statuses, most restaurants in the North End said they haven’t encountered any problems.

The mandate, which took effect on Saturday, requires anyone 12 and older to prove that they’ve had at least one shot to enter restaurants, bars, gyms, theaters and other entertainment venues.

“The majority of our customers were already pretty vigilant, so everybody’s wearing masks, everybody is taking care of each other,” said a barista at Caffè Dello Sport on Hanover Street.

Nearby restaurants reported similar experiences.

“When people come to the door, we’re checking with people to make sure they have their vaccine cards,” said Justin Iannelli, a waiter at Casarecce Ristorante.

Anyone 12 and older has to provide proof of at least one COVID vaccine shot to enter…

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