The US authorities allowed Americans to walk without masks, regardless of the availability of vaccination

At the same time, on the premises, compliance with the mask regime remains mandatory for everyone.

The US authorities have allowed all Americans to be on the street without protective masks, regardless of whether or not they have been vaccinated against the new coronavirus. The relevant recommendations were published on Tuesday on the website of the US Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Since April 27, US residents are allowed to “walk, ride a bike, go for a run” alone or accompanied by their household, without wearing a protective mask, regardless of whether they have a COVID-19 vaccination. For those who have been fully vaccinated, you can not wear a mask even at small street meetings on the street or during gatherings on the open verandas of cafes and restaurants surrounded by strangers.

For those who have not yet received the vaccine, some indulgences are also made – from now on, they can not wear a mask to meetings of small groups of people on the street, provided that everyone else is vaccinated. If there is someone else in the group which is not vaccinated, it is still better not to neglect the mask. At mass events in the open air, it is recommended to wear masks to everyone, regardless of the availability of vaccination. On the premises, compliance with the mask regime also remains mandatory for everyone.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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