New York City is set to start requiring proof of vaccination for individuals who dine indoors at restaurants. This includes customers as well as employees and is Mayor Bill de Blasio's latest move to encourage more people to get their COVID-19 vaccines. France has implemented a similar program, and according to the New York Times, the announcement prompted millions of people to book vaccine appointments. For the time being, outdoor dining is still OK with no proof of vaccination. For indoor diners in New York City, the Excelsior app is accepted as vaccine proof.
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