China News Service, August 4th. According to the US "World Journal" report, New York City announced on the 3rd that from the 16th (Monday), indoor entertainment venues such as dine-in restaurants, gymnasiums, theaters, etc. in the city's restaurants and bars must require customers to show it. Proof of vaccination.

Many Chinatown restaurant operators expressed their support, believing that under the government order, customers will be strictly required to comply with the regulations and encourage more people to be vaccinated. However, some people question the possibility of implementation.

New York will become the first city in the United States to try to increase people's willingness to vaccinate with vaccine passes.

  The new regulations require that all customers eating in restaurants and bars must present a vaccination certificate before they can enter the store for consumption. There is no such requirement for outdoor diners.

Ms. Li said that with the new regulations, restaurants can separate customers who have completed vaccinations from those who have not been vaccinated, and can better protect the safety of customers and employees.

  For a bar-crawler restaurant that only provides dine-in, the manager, Ms. Dong, said that the government's request for dine-in to show vaccine cards is expected to have an impact on the store's business, but she believes that public safety and the overall situation should still be the top priority.

  A Chinese surnamed Chen believes that although the government has good intentions, it may be difficult to implement it.

A Chinese surnamed Bai believes that the new regulations can encourage people who have not been vaccinated to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

(Yan Jiaying)