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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Mojo in Cleveland Heights is Requiring Proof of Vaccination from Diners

Posted By on Thu, Sep 9, 2021 at 9:53 AM

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  • Mojo in Cleveland Heights
Michael Herschman has always gone above and beyond the required health and safety protocols since reopening Mojo (2196 Lee Rd., 216-932-0000) in Cleveland Heights. Arriving guests were subjected to temperature checks, the soles of shoes were sprayed and disinfected, hands make their way through the sanitation station and tables were spread out well beyond six feet.

Now, in addition compulsive mask wearing by host, bartender, servers and chef, the restaurant is requiring proof of vaccination and is asking that guests wear masks upon entering and moving throughout the restaurant. Below is the full statement from the restaurant.



As the delta variant continues to spread throughout the unvaccinated public, we have made the decision to add showing proof of vaccination to enter MOJO as part of our industry leading safety protocols. We take the health and well being of our guests and staff seriously and will continue to do so until this pandemic of the unvaccinated is under control. We will continue to monitor this situation and follow the science as it relates to MOJO safety protocols moving forward. In the meantime wear a mask, be kind to others, and get vaccinated!

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