By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Two restaurants on the North Side will start requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccinations for diners.READ MORE: Ahead Of Big Weekend In Pittsburgh, Doctors Recommend Masking Up Even If It's Not Required
On Facebook, Leo. a public house said proof of full vaccination and ID are required there and at Lola Bistro starting Wednesday.
“No vaccination = no service,” Leo. said on Facebook.
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The restaurants’ decision came a day before New York City announced that vaccination proof will soon be required for indoor dining, fitness and entertainment.READ MORE: Study: Odds Of School COVID-19 Flare-Up Lower With Mask Mandate
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Signs are up and starting tomorrow, no vaccination = no service. That’s for two restaurants on the Northside.
— Nicole Ford (@NicoleFordTV) August 3, 2021
Cases are currently rising in the Pittsburgh area, with the CDC saying multiple local counties have a “substantial” level of COVID-19 transmission. Health officials say the climbing cases are fueled by the more contagious delta variant and unvaccinated Americans.