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Closed, take-out only, proof of vaccine required; What Northeast Ohio restaurants are doing as COVID-19 cases surge

Many businesses are quickly adjusting as COVID-19 cases skyrocket in Cuyahoga County.

CLEVELAND — As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Northeast Ohio, the state, and across the country, many local businesses are quickly reacting to rising case numbers. 

Once again, the restaurant industry is being impacted heavily and your options for going out to dinner locally are getting slim. Many restaurants are temporarily closing their doors, while others are just offering take-out. 

As businesses continue to update their COVID-19 policies, we have compiled a list of local restaurants requiring proof of vaccination at this time, as well as those places temporarily closing or moving to take-out only as the pandemic rages on. 

Proof of vaccination required:

Temporarily closed:

Take-out only:

If you know of any restaurants that are closed or only accomodating guests via take-out, as well as any establishments requiring proof of vaccination, send them to HSloop@wkyc.com

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