Assist Nosh record eating places in Oakland and Berkeley with vaccination necessities

The beer garden at Eli’s Mile High Club in Oakland, the first bar in the area to require proof of vaccination from all guests. Photo credit: Sarah Han

Spurred on by the Delta variant, the COVID-19 infections in the districts of Alameda and Contra Costa continue to increase. This has resulted in a recommended return to mask use for many indoor activities, even for the fully vaccinated. However, it becomes more difficult in bars and restaurants where consistent face covering is simply not possible. As a result, more and more pubs and restaurants are demanding that anyone wanting to sit inside can show a full vaccination card or a recent negative test.

If you are an authorized agent (e.g., an owner or employee) of a coffee shop, coffee shop, restaurant, dive site, or any other type of drink or eatery in East Bay and your company has implemented new COVID-19 rules – including mask Application, test evidence and vaccination documentation – please fill out the following short form. (If you are a patron or fan of a place with new rules, we encourage you to pass this page on to a staff member there, but please don’t fill it out yourself.) We use the information these companies provide to us to provide a guide for patrons across the region. Thanks for your help.

If you are having trouble accessing the form below, please use this link to fill it out.

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