LU.S. officials have given green light to people vaccinated against Govt-19 to meet in small groups indoors without a mask. If they do not present the risk factors for Govt-19, they can meet without a mask from only one home at a time, Rochelle Valensky told a news conference at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
On the other hand, vaccinated individuals should respect the physical distance by wearing a mask regularly to meet with persons who may not be able to come from different homes at the same time.
Wearing a mask is always imposed on everyone outside
According to the recommendations of the CDC, the country’s leading federal public health agency, they should continue to follow these measures in public places, avoiding travel and large gatherings. These precautions are taken because “those who are vaccinated may be affected by mild forms of Covit-19, or it may spread to others without showing symptoms,” Rochelle Valensky explained, noting that scientific research is ongoing in this area.
Vaccinated contact cases are no longer isolated
Vaccinated people no longer need to be isolated or tested if they show no symptoms after contact with Covit-19. These recommendations were eagerly awaited, but mandatory control measures are often taken at the local level in the United States. Many states have recently removed masked duties based on new daily cases and a drop in the number of hospital admissions compared to a few weeks ago.
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Currently, 9.2% of the U.S. population is “fully vaccinated,” according to the CDC. More than 90 million injections have been made in the country. The vaccine campaign continues to grow: an average of about 2.2 million people were bitten a day in the past week, and 2.9 million injections were recorded in a single day on Saturday, said Andy Slavit, a White House adviser on the fight against the corona virus, at the same press conference.