In-N-Out Burger Slams San Francisco’s Vaccine Mandate After City Temporarily Closed One of Its Restaurants

“We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government,” In-N-Out’s chief legal and business officer Arnie Wensinger said in a statement. / Google Maps

Burger chain In-N-Out slammed San Francisco’s vaccine mandate after one of its stores was temporarily closed by city health officials — ripping the “offensive” order as “clear governmental overreach.”

The company said the San Francisco Department of Public Health closed one of its stores last week because it found that employees “were not preventing the entry of customers who were not carrying proper vaccination documentation.”

The “store properly and clearly posted signage to communicate local vaccination requirements,” In-N-Out’s chief legal and business officer Arnie Wensinger said in a statement.

“After closing our restaurant, local regulators informed us that our restaurant Associates must actively intervene by demanding proof of vaccination and photo identification from every customer, then act as enforcement personnel by barring entry for any customers without the proper documentation,” Wensinger added.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Will Feuer