People who are fully vaccinated will be able to return to normal life
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concluded on Thursday that Vaccinated population Can go from the country No mask In most Enclosed spaceAlthough they should put it in crowded places, such as airplanes, buses, and hospitals.
Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, announced the changes to the rule at a press conference. She explained at the press conference that the health authorities have made a decision based on research that proves the vaccine is effective against the covid-19 vaccine.
The announcement means that people who are fully vaccinated will be able to Back to almost normal life, Without wearing a mask or maintaining social distancing in most outdoor and indoor spaces.
Valensky explained that the reason for returning to normal has come to the United States because COVID-19 vaccine They have proven its effectiveness and managed to reduce the number of infections.
The scientist called this moment “powerful” and “exciting,” and smiled and said to the Americans: “Once you are fully vaccinated, two weeks after the last dose, you can remove the mask.”
However, he suggested that those who are not immune to the virus should be checked if they start to feel unwell and wear a mask immediately.
In addition, he asked Weak immunity They talked directly with the doctor to determine the appropriate steps.
CDC lists some exceptions on its website. For example, when entering or leaving the United States, Americans must wear masks in the following places:
The CDC also called for extra care in hospitals, doctors’ offices, prisons and other detention centers, and homeless shelters.
The CDC standard has become a guide for states and companies in the United States. During the pandemic.
In any case, they have no right to enforce regulations at the federal level because they are the federal government’s State and local authorities Those with healthy ability will be the last word.
Independent statistics from Johns Hopkins University show that, in absolute terms, the United States is the worst-hit country since the beginning of the pandemic, with more than 583,000 deaths and more than 32.8 million cases.