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Universal Studios, Six Flags visitors may have to show COVID-19 vaccine proof or test

Under a new L.A. County health order set to be issued this week, such verification will be necessary for attendees of large theme parks and outdoor "mega events" — those with 10,000-plus attendees — starting Oct. 7.


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