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New York City Mayor Eric Adams has proposed a vaccine requirement for indoor dining in the city. Adams, who took office earlier this year, said that the requirement is necessary to help stem the spread of COVID-19 in the city.

Under the proposal, patrons would be required to show proof of vaccination before entering indoor dining establishments, including restaurants and bars. Adams also said that he would work with business owners to make the process as seamless as possible.

The proposal is similar to measures implemented in other cities, including San Francisco and New Orleans. However, it has already drawn criticism from some who say that it will be difficult to enforce.

Adams acknowledged the concerns but said that the city has a responsibility to protect the health and safety of its residents. He also said that the city will work to provide resources to help businesses comply with the new requirement.

The proposal is expected to face opposition from some in the city’s restaurant industry, which has already been hit hard by the pandemic. However, Adams said that the measure is necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect public health.