By Eric Holder
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2021 Jul 20, 5:05pm
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Bars and restaurants in Oahu were recently told they can lose all social distancing restrictions, but there was a catch: Under the order, staff are required to ask customers to show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result within the prior 48 hours to allow entry. Establishments that attempted this were met with a backlash from customers and "eaten alive on social media," reports Hawaii News Now. “I don’t want to put my staff through that,” Don Murphy, owner of Murphy’s Bar and Grill, told the outlet, after noticing neighboring restaurants attempting to ask customers to show documentation and receiving pushback.“I let them know that I didn’t feel comfortable doing that,” added Sarah Nguyen, owner of The Pizza Press in Pearl City, after asking her staff how they felt about the program. “I wanted to respect each person’s privacy. It would be hard to manage and I didn’t want to put my staff in a position where a situation would arise.”Now, the Hawaii Restaurant Association can’t name a single eatery still participating in the program.
I think there is reason to get upset though.These businesses are cooperating with a request to impose totalitarianism.We have an inherent right to freedom of association. There is nothing in it that says "... unless public health officials have been corrupted by Big Pharma."
I ask about HIV, STD's
No reason to get upset, business is a mutual voluntary transaction and a business can discriminate based on any arbitrary set of criteria they define.
I think they are lying about the number of people who have been vaccinated, and it's why they are panicking to force people be vaccinated. They haven't seen a return on their billions of dollars investment.