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New York City to require proof of Covid vaccination for indoor activities including restaurants and gyms

New York City is expected to announce that proof of coronavirus vaccination will be required to allow people to access indoor activities including restaurants and gyms.

Reports have said that Mayor Bill de Blasio, will reveal on Tuesday that the city will require proof of vaccination in a policy that is a first of its kind in the US.

“New York City is going to lead the world in creating safe, vaccinated public spaces,” Mr de Blasio’s press secretary Bill Neidhardt said in a post on Twitter.

More than 63 per cent New Yorkers have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccination while 57.2 per cent are fully vaccinated.

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