The New York Times dives into the CDC’s new guidelines

The New York Times dives into the CDC’s new guidelines on what activities people can safely resume after receiving a vaccine.

If Your Vaccinated

While everyone should continue masking and social distancing in public, the CDC clears fully vaccinated people to gather in small groups with other vaccinated or low-risk people.

This guidance means that grandparents who have received the vaccine can now safely visit their low-risk, vaccinated grandchildren.

Use Caution

But, the CDC still advises against travel or gathering with multiple households. The guidance is aimed at fully vaccinated people who received their second dose of a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or single dose of a Johnson & Johnson vaccine, at least two weeks ago.


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