The US allowed those vaccinated against coronavirus not to wear masks “in most cases”

It is not specified in which cases the wearing of masks will remain necessary.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) The United States has allowed residents of the country who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus to no longer wear protective masks. The White House announced this on Thursday.

“Great news from the CDC: if you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask – both outdoors and indoors – in most cases,” the US administration said in a message posted on Twitter.

It is not specified in which cases the wearing of masks will remain necessary.

As Bloomberg clarifies, Americans can give up masks two weeks after receiving the second dose of the vaccine (the first, if we are talking about a single-component vaccine from Johnson & Johnson). At the end of April, the CDC allowed fully vaccinated citizens not to wear masks during sports, in restaurants, and during outdoor meetings in small groups.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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