Sam Toia, President of the Illinois Restaurant Association, is not in favor of a vaccine passport to get in to restaurants around Chicagoland

Bob Sirott

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – NOVEMBER 11: Despite temperatures in the mid-forties, customers continue to patronize restaurants and bars in the Wicker Park neighborhood on November 11, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. With the COVID-19 pandemic reaching record highs in the state, all indoor dining and drinking has been banned. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Sam Toia, President of the Illinois Restaurant Association, joined Bob Sirott to explain why he isn’t in favor of the proposed plan by Chicago Aldermen to require restaurants to have customer show proof of vaccination to be allowed to eat at the restaurant.

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