CDC Says Vaccinated People Don't Need Masks in Most Indoor Settings

CDC Says Vaccinated People Don't Need Masks in Most Indoor Settings

Share on Pinterest People who are fully vaccinated are unlikely to transmit or contract the coronavirus while indoors. Drazen/Getty Images Fully vaccinated people can now take off their masks in most indoor settings, the CDC announced today. The masks can come off in offices, schools, and restaurants, but the guidance says fully vaccinated people should still wear masks in certain crowded settings. Fully vaccinated people can now take off their masks in most indoor settings, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced today. The guidance also states that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks outside, even in crowds.

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