How to prove you’re vaccinated if you’re going to a restaurant, bar, or concert that requires it

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ICU nurse Megan Tschacher shows off her vaccination card at UC Health Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado on December 14, 2020. Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post/Getty Images

The CDC said on Tuesday that fully vaccinated people can spread the Delta variant and updated its guidelines to recommend masks indoors, regardless of your vaccination status.

Many restaurants, bars, and events such as concerts may require proof of vaccination upon entry.

Union Square Hospitality Group, the owner of several New York restaurants including Gramercy Tavern and Union Square Cafe, announced on Thursday that indoor diners and employees will have to show proof of COVID shots, CNBC reported.

“As of now, we will plan to accept a physical Covid-19 vaccine card, the New York State Excelsior Pass, a relevant state-provided vaccine pass, or a photo of the vaccination card upon arrival to our restaurants,” a Union Square Hospitality Group spokesperson

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Domino’s Pizza Just Hit a Big Milestone as It Works Toward Its 2025 Goals

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Restaurant chain Domino’s Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) reported second-quarter earnings results on July 22 and the stock soared following the release. In short, sales at restaurant locations that have been open for more than a year were up 3.5% in the U.S. and 13.9% internationally — these are called same-store sales or comparable sales. Q2 marked the 41st and 110th consecutive quarter of U.S. same-store sales growth and international same-store sales growth, respectively, and this was on top of Domino’s incredible sales growth in 2020. Few investors expected Domino’s to grow sales this far removed from the start of the pandemic.

In this video clip from Motley Fool Live, recorded on July 15, Fool contributors Jon Quast and Brian Withers discuss how same-store sales growth and new restaurant locations are part of Domino’s game plan as it marches toward its 2025 goals.

Jon Quast: The company that I’m

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How To Lose Weight Fast With The Best Diets Of 2020 Together with Keto, Vegan And

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Chris Cuomo’s Interview With Anti-Vaccine Restaurant Owner Flies Off The Rails

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CNN’s Chris Cuomo tried to interview California restaurant owner Tony Roman on on Wednesday night about the sign he posted telling diners they need to prove they’re not vaccinated to eat at his establishment.

But it got weird in a hurry when Cuomo asked him if the sign was just a stunt.

“You’re a smart guy,” Roman said.

“It’s an IQ test. And like I say to people when they ask me, if they’re so blinded with their rage and their hate I tell them, ‘You know what, if you still don’t understand it, maybe we should put up a sign up that says you’re too stupid to come into the restaurant.’ I mean it’s very simple. Just like you said, I think you figured it out, am I right?”

“I don’t even know what you’re saying right now,” Cuomo said. 

When Cuomo asked if Roman and his family

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