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Minneapolis restaurants sue mayor over vaccine mandates

Now required to check for proof of vaccine or negative COVID test

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By Caitlin McFall


Over half a dozen restaurants in Minneapolis have banded together in a joint suit levied at Mayor Jacob Frey this week over recently instated vaccine mandates.

The city announced on Jan. 12 that any establishment that serves food indoors will need to check for proof that their patrons have received the vaccine or have procured a negative test in the last 72 hours.

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