East Coast State Restaurants are Pushing Back Against the Vaccine Mandate

August 13, 2021
East Coast State Restaurants are Pushing Back Against the Vaccine Mandate

In an East Coast state, starting next week, proof of the COVID-19 vaccination will be requiring for some indoor activities. This includes going out to eat, but fortunately, not all restaurants are on board with it. Maybe they see through the totalitarian measures to get the public to be obedient slaves to the New World Order. The restaurants see through the obvious ploy to coerce the public into something where they basically give their rights away.

East Coast State: Welcome Mat to Customers Without Judgement or Bias

“In fact, whether you’re vaccinating or not, you are welcome,” said Mary Josephine Generoso, manager at Pasticceria Rocco’s in New York City. Moreover, there is a sign of protest in the window of the restaurant, which is truly defiant standing up against Mayor Bill de Blasio’s absolutely dreaded vaccine mandate. It reads, “We do not discriminate against ANY customer based on sex, gender, race, creed, age, vaccinate or unvaccinated. Moreover, all the customers who wish to patronize are welcome in our establishment.” This is wonderful news! Imagine if every business across the U.S. and people protested in the streets! That could make some difference. People are not the sheep that just lay down and give up like the powers-that-be think they are! “ Moreover, I just do not feel that we’re gonna be able to sit there and ask customers to show if they’ve been vaccinating or not,” Generoso said.

Proof of Vaccination

The proof of vaccination, starting next week, will be requiring citywide for indoor activities. These include dining, gyms, and concerts. The enforcement will begin on September 13th after a grace period.

Burden of Store Owners and Gyms to Regulate

“Thus, I just don’t think that we’re gonna be the vaccination police. That’s up to the mayor’s office and his job. It’s up to the health department to figure out, but it certainly shouldn’t be the additional burden of store owners, bars and gyms to be regulating that,” Generoso said.

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