With COVID numbers rising, the CDC has once again altered its recommendations and some places are taking it further; Perhaps too far.
New York City’s Mayor, Bill de Blasio, has ordered indoor venues like restaurants and gyms to screen for proof of vaccination of their customers and employees. New York City is the first major city in America to do so with others considering to follow its footsteps.
How these new requirements will affect local businesses and revenue streams is still unknown, but critics have raised privacy concerns and the risk of creating a second-class citizenry — those who are not vaccinated.
Criminal Defense Attorney & Former Prosecutor, Vinoo Varghese, was asked by Newsmax to weigh in on this matter and see if these new requirements are legal and could potentially lead to lawsuits if the opportunity presents itself.