Naples Baker Museum Requiring Vaccine Passports or Negative Test for Entry

January 7, 2022 Updated 7:57 PM ET

October 28, 2021 Updated 4:09 P.M. ET

NAPLES, FL – The Naples Baker Museum (Artis-Naples) is requiring vaccine passports, or a negative COVID-19 test, for all patrons aged 12 and up. 

The museum’s rule might run contrary to Florida Statute 381.00316, which prevents businesses from requiring patrons to give documentation of COVID-19 vaccination or post-infection recovery.

While patrons do not have to give proof of vaccination, they must give proof of a negative test. A negative test is proof of recovery in anyone who has previously been infected with COVID-19.

Florida’s Conservative Voice reached out to the Florida Department of Health regarding the rule. They suggested filing a complaint for a potential violation.

Florida’s Conservative Voice asked The Baker Museum (Artis-Naples) to comment on the questionable legality of their policy and did not receive a response.

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