Fully-Vaccinated People can gather without masks indoors with others who have taken the vaccine,.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in new guidance Monday.

Those who have fully taken the vaccines can also visit people from one other household who are yet to take the vaccine indoors with neither masks

Nor distancing so long as the people yet to take the vaccine are not at high risk for severe Covid-19, added CDC Director Rochelle Walensky.

Fully-vaccinated people who come into contact with someone who has Covid-19 also won’t need to take a test or quarantine unless they show symptoms

unless they live in a congregate setting like a nursing home or correctional facility.

The recommendations came as US states were moving to reopen schools and businesses amid a drop in cases.

Some 59 million Americans have now received one or more vaccine doses — about 23 percent of the adult population

The immunization rate has been steadily rising after a shaky start.

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When am i fully vaccinated

We can only guarantee your vaccination status two weeks after your second dose in a two-dose series, like the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines

or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine like Johnson & Johnson’s.

As much as this is a welcome news for the elderly, it however didn’t change many restrictions .

he CDC continues to recommend that fully-vaccinated people wear masks and maintain social distancing in public, or in indoor gatherings involving people from more than one household.

The new guidance does not apply to meetings with people who have underlying conditions that place them at higher risk .

The health agency also continues to recommend against attending larger gatherings and advises against domestic or foreign travel.

Scientists are now very confident that authorized Covid vaccines protect people against severe disease and death.

There is also growing evidence that they stop infections, though probably not at the same rate as they stop disease

However, more research is ongoing to get a firmer idea.


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