Downtown LA courthouse will require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test to enter

Los Angeles County’s Superior Court system will require members of the public to either provide proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test or fill out a form certifying they have been fully vaccinated against the virus, beginning on Sept. 7, before allowing them into the Spring Street courthouse in Downtown, officials said Monday, Aug. 30.

The courthouse at 312 N. Spring St. is inside a federal building. That makes it subject to federal workplace safety protocols issued July 29 by the Safer Federal Workplace Task Force, according to the statement released by the court.

The general public, media representatives and contractors will need to fill out a mandated federal form to certify whether they are fully vaccinated to enter the courthouse or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test that is no older than three days at the time of entry, according to the court.

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