By a MetNews Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Superior Court provided notice yesterday that effective a week from today, members of the general public wishing to view proceedings in the Spring Street Courthouse, at 312 N. Spring Street, will be required to provide proof of inoculation against COVID-19 or a negative test taken within the past three days. The notice says:
The Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles (Court) is providing notice that effective Tuesday, September 7, the general public seeking to observe court proceedings, including the media, at the Spring Street Courthouse, located in a federal building, will be required to fill out a form to certify whether they are fully vaccinated or not prior to entry using a mandated federal form. Visitors who are not fully vaccinated, or decline to provide information about their vaccination status, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test which is no older than three (3) days at the time of entry.
Attorneys, witnesses and other court participants such as victims who are scheduled for court proceedings will be required to confirm the reason for their visit and will be required to show a valid ID for entry.
No one seeking services from the Court will be denied entry, but everyone must follow other COVID-19 restrictions. Please note the Court requires everyone over the age of two (2) to wear face masks properly over their nose and mouth in all courthouses.
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