Share on Pinterest The CDC says that people who are fully vaccinated can get together indoors without masks or physical distancing. Getty Images The CDC has released new guidelines for vaccinated people, stating that small social gatherings are allowed if everyone in the group has been vaccinated. Experts interviewed by Healthline recommend a cautious approach to social gatherings, as a vaccinated person might still spread the virus. After close to a year of pandemic fatigue, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidelines today for people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The CDC also says that vaccinated people can skip quarantine and testing if they’re exposed to someone with COVID-19 who’s asymptomatic.
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