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CDC Says These Activities Are Safe If You’ve Been Vaccinated

This picture taken on May 23, 2020 shows a laboratory technician holding a dose of a COVID-19 novel coronavirus vaccine candidate ready for trial on monkeys at the National Primate Research Center of Thailand at Chulalongkorn University in Saraburi. - After conclusive results on mice, Thai scientists from the centre have begun testing a COVID-19 novel coronavirus vaccine candidate on monkeys, the phase before human trials. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP) (Photo by MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP via Getty Images)

Have you been fully vaccinated? The CDC says these activities can be considered safe:

  • Hanging out indoors, without masks or social distancing, with others who have also been fully vaccinated.
  • Visiting without a mask with people who have not been vaccinated, as long as those people are not at risk for serious illness.
  • Also, if a fully vaccinated person is exposed to someone with COVID-19, they don’t have to worry about quarantining or getting tested unless they begin to experience symptoms.

However, the CDC still recommends you wear a mask in public and avoid large crowds.

‘Fully vaccinated’ means at least two weeks have passed since getting your final dose of vaccine.

What’s the first thing you plan to do once you’ve been vaccinated?

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