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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

NYC Restaurant: Business is down 40 to 60 percent due to the vaccine mandate

New York City restaurants are complaining that their business has been severely curtailed by the Covid-1 vaccine mandate, which requires people 12 years of age or older to show proof of vaccination for indoor dining, indoor fitness and indoor recreation.

Pre-epidemic, O’Donoghue’s Pub and Restaurant was a successful business that had been open for 10 years in Manhattan’s Times Square.

O’Donoghue’s owner, Fargal Burke, noted that his business had suffered a “massive decline” since the vaccine order went into effect.

“We don’t have the money to survive without the help of our landlords. [who] It’s been very helpful and the rent is giving us a break, but we can’t do business without our landlord, “Burke told The Epoch Times.

He said he needed to hire someone else to check on the door for proof of vaccination, which increased his costs.

Comparing the client when he started pre-mandating about two weeks ago, “Our business is definitely under 50, I’m going to say 60 percent,” Burke said in a somewhat frustrated tone. “People are not coming to restaurants, they are afraid to ask for vaccines.”

Many customers had to turn down because Burke and his staff did not have passes.

“They’re being rejected and they’re annoyed with us, they’re not annoyed with Bill de Blasio or Biden, or anyone is instructing us to test it.”

“It comes as a personal rejection,” he added, emphasizing that it’s not O’Donogu that wants it. “We don’t want this mandate, we don’t want to do anything with it.”

He also mentioned how the subway is full of people but there is no need to show evidence of ticks.

“I mean, what about those New York City fairs, where trains are jammed with stupid masked people and they aren’t being forced to show anything, and yet they’re coming against the heart of the city. We’re trying to keep 20 people here, “Burke said.

“If it continues we will go out of business, it will force us to close our doors.”

With the arrival of winter soon, they now have to create an outdoor dining area to facilitate an outdoor space, which will cost around 10 10 to ,000 15,000.

Luke’s Lobster in Manhattan, NY, on October 1, 2021. (Enrico Trigoso / The Epoch Times)

Some restaurants, such as Luke’s Lobster, have been less affected by the vaccine order because their restaurants have less indoor dining space and many outdoor tables near a park and on Broadway.

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The manager there told The Epoch Times that people are mostly loyal, and if someone can’t eat for lack of evidence, they will go to the table outside.

“Some people are obviously not very happy about it but they will comply and if they don’t want to comply they will take it out,” he said.

‘No one size fits all’

Restaurant Stratis Morphogen, a managing partner at Brooklyn Chop House, thinks the government needs to consider a bailout to help the restaurant industry again.

“Business is probably down 50 percent because people don’t feel comfortable being vaccinated,” Morphogen told The Epoch Times.

“Suddenly, we’ve seen a 40 per cent drop from week to week since the mandate began.

“Politicians don’t realize that not all sizes fit with drugs. And you can’t say that a person has finished chemotherapy, when they need to get vaccinated for dinner, when their doctor says they can’t.

Morphogen said they now have to give the police a Covid-1 vaccine card, most of which is written in pen. He said the city had distributed 2 million before implementing a central database.

“It’s as smart as my 1983 driver’s permit. My 13 year old daughter can print a duplicate on her bedroom printer and you want to ask customers if this card is valid, when each of them has a lot written in pen?

Morphogen said his business did fairly well during the Covid-1 during and the restaurant survived the crisis, but he felt obliged to speak up.

“No one comes forward for the little boys,” he said.

“I am not fighting for myself. I am fighting for those who do not have a platform that is being damaged by these politicians every day.

Pictures of the ages
“The Counter” custom burger shop in Times Square, NY on August 20, 2021.

The manager of The Counter, a custom burger restaurant in Times Square, told The Epoch Times that “everyone is losing thousands of dollars,” and that they would be out of business because of the vaccine order.

He said the mayor is a jerk.

Enrico Trigoso


Enrico Trigoso is an epoch-making reporter focusing on the NYC area.


This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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