Chicago businesses weigh in on new vaccine mandate

Chicago businesses weigh in on city vaccine mandate
Restaurant host Joey Tyler verifies a patron's vaccination card at French restaurant Petit Trois in Los Angeles on Friday, Nov. 5, 2021. A similar mandate took effect in Chicago and suburban Cook County on Jan. 3. Damian Dovarganes / AP Photo
Chicago businesses weigh in on city vaccine mandate
Restaurant host Joey Tyler verifies a patron's vaccination card at French restaurant Petit Trois in Los Angeles on Friday, Nov. 5, 2021. A similar mandate took effect in Chicago and suburban Cook County on Jan. 3. Damian Dovarganes / AP Photo

Chicago businesses weigh in on new vaccine mandate

It’s been one week since Cook County and Chicago rolled out a vaccine mandate for most indoor spaces. The order requires customers five years and older to show proof of vaccination at restaurants, bars, gyms and movie theaters.

Reset checks in with several business owners and staff for an update on how they’re handling the mandate.

GUESTS: Dan Raskin, owner of Manny’s Deli

Ryan Oestreich, general manager of Music Box Theatre

Jason Burns, owner and head coach of Mettle Fitness