CLEVELAND — Editor's Note: The above video is from a previously published story about the COVID-19 vaccination requirement at Felice Urban Cafe
A popular restaurant in Cleveland's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood has joined the list of venues that will be requiring guests to have proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test.
In a post on its Instagram site, Toast announced that effective on Friday, October 1st, guests must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test dated within 72 hours of their visit. "If you do not have proof of vaccination you are welcome to get take out or dine on our lovely patio," the restaurant adds.
Toast says they will accept original vaccination cards or copies/photos of them. Selfies with cards are also valid forms of proof.
"We really appreciate your patience and cooperation while we modify our policies to keep up with the demands of the times. Our goal is to keep YOU as safe as possible while still giving access to wonderful cocktails and food," Toast concluded in its post.
Other restaurants in Northeast Ohio requiring vaccinations include LBM in Lakewood, MOJO in Cleveland Heights, and Felice Urban Cafe in Cleveland's Larchmere neighborhood.
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