The Vaccine Mandates Are Causing Restaurants To Tank Like Never Before! kristel October 4, 2021 Uncategorized We all know the economy has been on the brink of collapse because of COVID, and Biden in every way just made things even worse. Previously, the deal was to take the jab, get rid of the mask, and live the normal life you are used to living. At least that was the thought… few months passed, Biden administration was able to demolish every aspect of the economy, the Food industry got hurt the most. The Epoch Times reports that “New York City restaurateurs are complaining that their business has been slashed severely by the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, which requires people 12 and older to show vaccination proof for indoor dining, indoor fitness, and indoor entertainment. Pre-pandemic, O’Donoghue’s Pub and Restaurant was a successful business that has been open for 10 years in Times Square, Manhattan. Fergal Burke, the owner of O’Donoghue’s noticed that his business has seen “a massive drop,” since the vaccine mandate came into effect. “We don’t have the money here to survive without the help of our landlord, [who] has been very supportive and has been giving us breaks on the rent, but without our landlord, we would not be in business,” Burke told The Epoch Times. He said that he needed to hire another person to be at the door checking for vaccination proof, which increased his expenses. Comparing the clientele from pre-mandate to when it kicked in about two weeks ago, “Our business is definitely down 50, I’m going to say 60 percent,” Burke said with a somewhat downhearted tone. “There’s just not people coming into the restaurant, they have the fear of being asked for vaccines.” Burke and his staff have had to refuse a lot of customers for not having the passes.” This has been the hardest part, where most businesses are forced to shut down because of the Biden mandates. Thank you for nothing, Biden. Source:WayneDupree Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.