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Washington Co. Chair Harrington floats idea of requiring proof of vaccination for indoor dining

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Following a Tuesday afternoon work session where Washington County Chair Kathryn Harrington said she would push for a closure of indoor dining in Washington County, the chair of Washington County’s board of commissioners has floated the idea of allowing indoor dining for vaccinated diners only. 

In an email obtained by this publication, sent Wednesday afternoon by Harrington to the mayors of most cities in Washington County, her colleagues on the board of commissioners and some county staff, Harrington laid out a possible change to her initial idea: Require proof of vaccination for all indoor dining. Those unvaccinated or unwilling to provide proof . . .

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