Food bank vaccine requirement sign a mistake

PORT HADLOCK — The Tri-Area Food Bank caused confusion on Monday when a sign was erected saying the food bank required vaccinations of residents receiving food from the bank.

That was put up by mistake, said a food bank official on Tuesday.

People are not required to be vaccinated to receive food from the bank, the official said.

The only COVID-19-related requirement is that they must wear face masks.

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