Boston Mayor Michelle Wu confirmed this week that residents across the city must show proof of vaccination before entering “indoor dining, indoor fitness venues, and indoor entertainment venues.”
“Today we’re announcing that Boston will be implementing a requirement for proof of COVID-19 vaccination for certain indoor spaces… Proof of vaccination will be required to enter indoor dining, indoor fitness venues, and indoor entertainment venues such as theater shows or sports games,” said the Mayor.
“Starting January 15th, customers ages 12 and up will be required to show proof they’ve received at least one dose of the vaccine. We’re also setting dates for children to be vaccinated beginning in March,” she added.
Watch the Mayor’s comments above.