Good news, the Americans who took the responsible step of vaccination:
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new directives on Tuesday, to update the policy on using external masks for fully vaccinated Americans.
Simply put, you can now get rid of the flip cover anytime you are outside.
Approx At what time.
The director of the CDC, Dr. Rochelle Wallinski, said during a virtual White House briefing this afternoon:
“If you have been fully vaccinated and want to attend a small outdoor gathering with people who have been vaccinated and have not been vaccinated, or have dinner at an open-air restaurant with friends from multiple families, the science shows that if you are vaccinated, you can do so safely without being Convincingly. “
It has been accepted for some time, within the medical community, that COVID-19 is much more difficult to transmit in the fresh air.
But this is the first time this official organization considers it acceptable to remove one’s mask outdoors.
However, the Federal Health Agency issued some persistent warnings.
Even if you are vaccinated, you should avoid large indoor gatherings, for example.
The CDC has not specified how many people will be in the large gathering.
However, the agency’s website describes “large gatherings” as gathering “many people from several families in a private or public place.”
Walinsky confirmed on Tuesday that “today is another day when we can return to the normal life it was before,” as the United States gave vaccines against the Corona virus to about 95 million people in 2021.
For complete banners who choose to attend a crowded outdoor event, such as a live show, show or sporting event, a mask is still recommended.
“ In general, for people who have been vaccinated, outdoor activities without a mask are safe.
“Nevertheless, we continue to recommend hiding masks in crowded outdoor venues and venues, such as crowded stadiums and concerts where the ability to maintain physical distance is less and where there may also be many unvaccinated people,” said Walinsky.
“We will continue to recommend this until widespread vaccination is achieved.”
Twenty-six states have mask mandates that apply to both indoor and outdoor settings at this time.
After studying this virus for some time, scientists have now realized that it is a disease that transmits almost entirely through the air – and that it thrives in unventilated places where people who do not mask themselves congregate in close quarters.
Dr. Lynsey Marr of Virginia Tech, one of the nation’s leading aerosol scientists, told NPR before Tuesday’s announcement that the coronavirus “cannot accumulate in the open air.”
“It’s like putting a drop of dye in the ocean.”
To be clear, the CDC advises both vaccinated and unvaccinated people still Wearing masks in indoor public places, such as a mall, cinema, or museum.
On Tuesday, Presidents Biden used the new mask guidelines from the CDC as an opportunity to get everyone to get vaccinated. as soon as possible.
“The bottom line is clear, if you are vaccinated, you can do more things, with greater safety, whether outdoors or indoors,” he said during statements at the White House.
“So for those who haven’t gotten vaccinated yet, especially if you are younger, or think you don’t need it, that’s another great reason to get vaccinated. Now.”
The Commander in Chief concluded:
“We are back here now as long as you get the vaccine. So go get the shot. It has never been easier.”
“Once you get fully vaccinated, you can go maskless when you are outside, and away from large crowds.”