Eleven of 15 NYC restaurants randomly tested aren't enforcing vaccine passport rules

During a recent investigation, it was discovered that 11 out of 15 New York City restaurants were not enforcing the city’s proof-of-vaccine mandate despite the city’s aggressive step to curb a surge in COVID-19 cases.

In a segment airing Thursday, INSIDE EDITION visited fifteen different restaurants at random to see if they’re enforcing the city mandate.

Of the fifteen restaurants they visited, 11 did not enforce proof of vaccination and a matching form of ID for restaurant indoor dining.