Brookline To Require Proof Of COVID Vaccine At Certain Businesses

BROOKLINE, Mass. (WBZNewsRadio) - The town of Brookline, Massachusetts, will soon require proof of vaccinations against COVID-19 at certain businesses.

The announcement, made on Tuesday, requires patrons, 12 and older, at restaurants, gyms and entertainment venues will need to provide proof they have received at least one vaccine dose starting this Saturday Jan. 15. The order applies to both indoor and outdoor seating areas.

Children between the ages of 5-11, for whom the Pfizer vaccine has been authorized will need to provide proof of one dose starting March 22 and two doses starting May 1.

The City of Boston has a similar vaccine requirement, also going into effect on Monday.

WBZ's Brooke McCarthy (@BrookeWBZ) reports

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