Restaurants Can Let Vaccinated Oregonians Enter Maskless — as Long as Customers Can Prove They’re Vaccinated

Restaurants and bars can start checking vaccination record cards to let customers enter maskless, according to the Oregon Health Authority. The OHA released new guidance for vaccinated Oregonians, which says businesses can lift social distancing and mask requirements for fully vaccinated customers — as long as they can prove their vaccination status before entering the business.

Last week, Gov. Kate Brown announced that fully vaccinated Oregonians could go mask-free in “most public spaces,” with a handful of exceptions: public transportation, schools, hospitals and clinics, homeless shelters, youth and adult correctional facilities, and long-term care facilities will all still require physical distancing and mask-wearing, even for those who received their

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