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Vaccinated folks can work together with one another indoors with out masks or distance, says CDC

It's safe in small groups, and according to the CDC, vaccinated people should still wear masks in public.

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March
8, 2021

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The CDC announced new guidelines stating that Americans who received the COVID-19 vaccine can meet with other vaccinated people without wearing masks or maintaining social distance. They added that vaccinated people, like grandparents, can safely visit and hug family members who are not vaccinated, as long as they don't fall into a risk category due to the underlying medical condition.

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It was made clear to the CDC that this should only be done in small groups and that those who received the COVID-19 vaccine should continue to wear masks and keep their distance in public.

Another bright spot in the guide is that vaccinated individuals do not need to be quarantined or tested if they come in contact with someone positive for COVID-19.

Read more at ABC News

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