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CDC: Fully Vaccinated People Can Gather Without Masks

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA - AUGUST 07: Lisa Taylor receives a COVID-19 vaccination from RN Jose Muniz as she takes part in a vaccine study at Research Centers of America on August 07, 2020 in Hollywood, Florida. Research Centers of America is currently conducting COVID-19 vaccine trials, implemented under the federal government's Operation Warp Speed program. The center is recruiting volunteers to participate in the clinical trials, working with the Federal Government and major Pharmaceutical Companies, that are racing to develop a vaccine to potentially prevent COVID-19. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The CDC has some good news for people who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus – you’re free to gather without wearing a mask.

On Monday, the agency shared new guidelines for people who were fully vaccinated – meaning at least two weeks have passed since getting your final vaccine dose.

Fully vaccinated people can safely gather indoors in small groups with others who are also vaccinated – as long as no one in the group has an increased risk of severe illness.

However, the CDC still recommends wearing a mask in public or around people who are not yet fully vaccinated – and against medium or large-sized gatherings.

More information can be found at CDC.gov.

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