I’m Fully Vaccinated. Is It Safe to Socialize Again?

I’m Fully Vaccinated. Is It Safe to Socialize Again?

Share on Pinterest After you’ve been fully vaccinated, experts say there are several things to consider before you begin socializing with others again during the pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced the first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people. According to the CDC, a person is considered fully vaccinated if it has been 2 weeks or more since receiving the Johnson & Johnson shot. Other considerations for indoor visits According to the CDC, it’s safe for fully vaccinated people to visit with others who are fully vaccinated indoors without masks or physical distancing. “But there’s still that 5 percent risk.” Overall, clinical trial data found the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to be 66 percent effective at preventing moderate to severe disease in eight countries studied.

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