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Eating Inside? This Restaurant Requires Proof of Vaccination

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Eva Lee and Eduardo Sandoval of Santería margarita bar in San Francisco July 29, 2021.  (Ericka Cruz Guevarra/KQED)

COVID-19 cases are on the rise again, fueled by the contagious Delta variant. And over the past few weeks, many Bay Area restaurants and bars have responded by requiring customers to prove they’ve been fully vaccinated before dining inside.

Today, we visit one San Francisco business that recently made this decision.

Guests: Eduardo Sandoval and Eva Lee of Santería margarita bar in San Francisco


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