NYTimes: Vaccinated Americans may gather indoors in small groups but should still wear masks in public, the C.D.C. said
With about 60 million people having received at least the first dose of the vaccine, there have been new C.D.C guidelines put in place. Fully vaccinated individuals are able to gather in small groups without masks or social distancing indoors. However, they must be in a single household and not have a high chance of developing high severity if contracted with the coronavirus. Full vaccination means 2 weeks have past since the final dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or the single dose of the J&J vaccine has been distributed to the individual. Furthermore, vaccinated individuals do not need to get tested if they do not have symptoms of Covid-19 even after known exposure. Yet, vaccinated individuals are still required to wear facial coverings and masks in the general public and abide by C.D.C. guidelines. For more information, click here. For more information about Covid-19, click here.