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MOJO in Cleveland Heights requiring guests to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination

"We take the health and well being of our guests and staff seriously and will continue to do so until this pandemic of the unvaccinated is under control."

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Editor's Note: The above video is from a previously published story

A popular Cleveland Heights restaurant has announced a new COVID-19 policy.

In a Facebook post from Wednesday, MOJO world eats & drink says it is now requiring guests to show proof of vaccination.

"We take the health and well being of our guests and staff seriously and will continue to do so until this pandemic of the unvaccinated is under control," MOJO wrote.

Last week, Felice Urban Cafe, located in Cleveland's Larchmere neighborhood, announced it is requiring its customers to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test within 72 hours of their visit.  

The decision by MOJO and Felice Urban Cafe comes on the heels of several colleges and universities requiring their students and faculty to be fully vaccinated against the virus prior to the end of the fall semester. In addition, several Northeast Ohio music venues have also mandated that visitors be vaccinated or have proof of a negative COVID-19 test. 

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You can read the entire post from MOJO world eats & drink below:

As the delta variant continues to spread throughout the unvaccinated public, we have made the decision to add showing proof of vaccination to enter MOJO as part of our industry leading safety protocols. We take the health and well being of our guests and staff seriously and will continue to do so until this pandemic of the unvaccinated is under control. We will continue to monitor this situation and follow the science as it relates to MOJO safety protocols moving forward. In the meantime wear a mask, be kind to others, and get vaccinated!

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