COVID

An overwhelming majority of New Jersey employers currently have no COVID-19 vaccination requirement for their workforce. But as concerns surrounding the Delta variant rise, and vaccination mandates continue to be announced on the state level, and Pfizer receives FDA approval for its vaccine beyond emergency authorization, a poll from the New Jersey Business & Industry
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Coronavirus Two local restaurants will be requiring its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, with some exceptions. Jaquee Renna-Downing, the owner of the La Quinta Cliffhouse and Pacifica Seafood Restaurant in Palm Desert, confirmed that employees of her restaurants will be required to be vaccinated by Sept. 20. She added that this will not apply
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Chris Cannon, owner of Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen, a stunning restaurant complex in Morristown, is seriously considering requiring his customers for proof of vaccination, but not before he gets their feedback. So he asked on social media.   Regina Vitti, owner of Cenzino, a rustic Italian restaurant in Oakland, already has asked — and still doesn’t
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Ian’s Pizza worker Stella Klein serves customers Olivia Rebholz and Randy Bland at the restaurant’s Garver Feed Mill location on Wednesday. Only three of the chain’s seven restaurants were approved for federal COVID-19 grant assistance. JOHN HART, STATE JOURNAL When the federal government opened up applications for Restaurant Revitalization Fund grants earlier this year, Ian’s
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A south-east Queensland cafe owner who was arrested and fined after she and her staff allegedly ignored repeated requests from police to wear masks, will face court next month. Key points: A cafe owner is arrested after allegedly failing to provide information requested by police Police allege the woman was verbally abusive towards officers on Friday when asked to wear a
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A person walks along the empty seaside promenade Beirut Corniche amid the coronavirus pandemic in Lebanon February 16, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanon is to limit entry to restaurants, cafes, pubs and beaches to people holding COVID-19 vaccine certificates or those who have taken antibodies tests, the tourism ministry said on Friday. Non-vaccinated
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