As we are all coming to terms with having had to sacrifice a couple of years of our lives to the COVID-19 pandemic, with more and more people getting vaccinated every single day there is a sense of a light being at the end of a tunnel. This light comes in the form of plenty of places reopening in the Silver Lake area, but to be as safe as possible and to make sure that we don’t end up in another full lockdown situation, many different rules and regulations are being put into place. The Silver Lake news is filled with good news about grand reopening, so let’s make sure that we do our bit to keep them open, shall we? Without further ado, here is the crucial information that you need to know about COVID-proofing practices in the area.
Silver Lake News – COVID-Proofing
Proof Of Vaccination
Proof of vaccination is something that is going to be required by a large number of businesses going forward. Though there is yet to be a set of universal policies implemented, plenty of places are getting ahead of the news and asking for proof of vaccination for any patron or customer hoping to visit a business or attend a specific event.
If you are yet to be vaccinated, then an alternative measure that you can take is to undergo a COVID test within 72 hours of your planned visit. You will then be able to produce the evidence of this negative test and gain entry into the premises in the same way that a fully vaccinated person would.
Depending on the preferences of the individual business or event space that you are visiting, you may or may not be required to wear a face mask during your time inside. The rules on this will vary from place to place, with some establishments only requiring masks to be on in highly communal areas and walkways, and others opting for a more cautious approach and asking for masks in all areas at all times.
What is important for Silver Lake patrons to remember is that when you are visiting any individual business, you should follow the rules and regulations that they have set out for their specific premises.
At the end of the day, we are all trying to get back to normal in the quickest and safest ways possible, so please be respectful to every business in the area when it comes to how they choose to forge ahead in this new and uncertain age of post-pandemic public life!
So, if you want to keep up to date with all of the latest Silver Lake news and especially anything relating to the Covid-19 pandemic, then browse the Silverlandia website for articles and updates of all the newest and best stories that are related to the area and wider city in general.