If you’re wondering about the SoFive health check, you’re not alone. This new Brooklyn restaurant is gaining traction in the health conscious crowd, and is promising to offer more than just a healthy menu. Participants are required to wear a mask and disclose any physical disabilities or health conditions. They’re not allowed to take any photos of themselves during the check, and are required to be honest about their current health status.
Participants are Required to Wear a Mask During a SoFive Health Check
The L.A. County Department of Public Health has recently updated their stadium health requirements, requiring that anyone who attends an event with more than 10,000 attendees have proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test. Children under the age of 12 do not need to have a positive test, but they are required to wear a mask to protect themselves from the virus. Participants in the SoFive health check will be asked to bring their vaccination cards, and the stadium will provide masks for children.
Participants are not Allowed to take Photos of Themselves During a SoFive Health Check
Injuries can be minor, moderate, or catastrophic. Minor injuries include sprains, cuts, and muscle soreness. Serious injuries include broken bones, concussions, torn ligaments, and eye injuries. Catastrophic injuries are very rare but can include permanent disability, brain injury, paralysis, or death. However, minor injuries do occur, and SOFIVE believes that a healthy participant is well-protected from all of these potential hazards.