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Los Angeles city officials are considering a rule requiring residents over the age of 15 to show proof of vaccination before entering restaurants, bars or grocery stores. While it's not a mandate yet, more and more restaurants and bars are beginning request proof of vaccination. Let us show you how to use your mobile phone to access and show your vaccine record.

๐Ÿ’Š Santa Monica-based GoodRx has partnered with medication data giant Surescript.

๐Ÿ’ฐ Los Angeles-based fintech firm Lendistry is providing $1.5 billion in assistance to small, minority-owned California businesses hurt by the pandemic.

๐Ÿฅ‘ Pasadena-based Kitchen United is partnering with grocery giant Kroger Co. to offer on-demand freshly prepared food to its customers.

๐Ÿ”– El Segundo-based edtech giant GoGuardian is on a hiring spree.

๐Ÿ”– West Hollywood-based eco-toilet paper maker Who Gives A Crap is hiring a director of acquisition.

๐ŸŽž Facebook is hosting its first-ever live ticketed movie event with the 9/11 documentary, "The Outsider."

๐Ÿ“บ Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network is coming back as a free streaming service.

California's Digital Vaccination Record

If you live in California, here's how you can access your vaccination record:

  • Visit myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov.
  • Enter your name, date of birth, and either your cell phone or email.
  • Create a PIN code to access your digital record.
  • The record is only available for 24 hours. To keep a permanent record, screenshot it on your phone or print it.

Holistic Health Kenshล Moves Into Telehealth

Kenshล Health, a Los Angeles-based startup that offers a searchable referral service to help patients find holistic medicine healthcare providers, is soon making a move into telehealth. The company announced Thursday that it raised $3.5 million in a seed funding round that was led by KB Partners and included Company Ventures and Gaingels.

Cent Capitalizes on the NFT Movement

See a tweet you like? You can now buy it as an NFT. Cent, the company that makes this possible, says it raised $3 million from celebrity investors to help creators make money through the non-fungible tokens.

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