With COVID-19 on the rise, restaurants tell customers, ‘No vax, no service’

Michele Bratcher Goodwin, a [Chancellor’s] professor of law the University of California, Irvine and founding director of the Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy, raises another point: If businesses don’t put vaccine requirements in place, they potentially open themselves up to a liability case if a customer or staff member becomes sick from being exposed to an unvaccinated individual. “The last thing you want to be hit with is a wrongful-death lawsuit,” said Ms. Goodwin.