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Recently a video has been making its round on the internet and shows the insanity that has become the city of New York. In it, the police show up at a restaurant and demand the vaccine papers of a child. New York has had a vaccine mandate for children over the age of 5 for over two weeks.

According to sources, the manager of the Applebees in Queens, where this took place, informed the police as they arrived that they were not shown the vaccine cards of the child in the video.

The video shows the police walking up to the table and demanding the mother show the child’s papers or be forced to remove them from the restaurant. Many people can be heard chastising the police in the background as the child is seen crying as the family vacates the building.

“Upon arrival, officers were informed by the manager that individuals entered, refused to prove vaccination status in compliance with NYS Mandate, and requested for the individuals to be removed from the location,” the NYPD spokesperson said.

This stems from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s new COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses, requiring children aged 5-11 to show proof of vaccination dose. The mandate went into effect on December 14 and was followed by a similar mandate requiring patrons aged 12 and older to show proof of two vaccine doses. This second mandate went into effect on Monday.

[Source Newsweek]

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