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Washington D.C. Won’t Require Entertainers to Show Proof of COVID-19 Jab; Will Impose Restriction on Patrons


The Washington D.C. city government won’t require entertainers to show proof of COVID-19 jab when performing at venues in the nation’s capital.

However, the COVID-19 jab mandate that went into effect on January 15th requires patrons show proof of inoculation for the same venues.

It’s another idiotic example of ‘rules for thee, but not for me.’

FOX News reported:

A spokesperson for the Washington D.C. Department of Health confirmed to Fox News that entertainers, including musicians, bands, comedians, etc. are not required to show proof of the coronavirus vaccination when performing at venues within the district, which includes indoor venues.

Employees at these entertainment venues are also not required to show their vaccine records.

In a tweet on Dec. 22, Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that people ages 12 and older must receive at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine to enter certain establishes, including restaurants, bars, nightclubs, gyms, and other businesses beginning on Jan. 15.

Beginning February 15th, patrons must show proof of two doses to enter certain establishments.

Mayor Muriel Bowser didn’t respond to FOX News for comment on why entertainers have more medical freedom than other D.C. residents.

The mayor previously earned criticism for flaunting her city-wide mask mandate by reportedly attending an indoor wedding maskless.

How many people think she will abide by her COVID-19 jab mandate?

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