The US Centers for Disease Control announced that people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can stop wearing masks indoors and outdoors.
Washington, DC, European Union (Apro). The Federal Center for Disease Control (CDC) announced that people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can stop wearing masks indoors and outdoors.
At a press conference, a US federal government official stated that people who have already received two doses of the vaccine, or those who have received one dose in the case of Johnson and Johnson vaccines, do not have to worry about the infectivity of the virus.
The CDC explained that given the success of vaccination with this virus, fully vaccinated people can gather with other people indoors or outdoors without wearing a mask or mask.
The administration of US President Joe Biden (Joe Biden) introduced to the American society the new health restrictions that have been implemented since last year, and they have been maintained to this day. Among the country’s 331 million residents, 117 million people, accounting for the total population of the United States 35% of the total population.
Federal health authority regulations The cancellation of the use of masks does not apply to people traveling by air or traveling in clinics and hospitals.
Another recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is that people who feel any symptoms related to covid-19 should consult a doctor before giving up using a mask, especially if they have not been fully vaccinated.
The announcement was listed as an important step towards resuming normal activities in the United States. People over 12 can now be vaccinated against covid-19, and the same news is expected to be announced for people in this age group. In the next few weeks.
Since the start of the national vaccination campaign, the reality of the pandemic in the United States has undergone an important shift. The infection rate has fallen. In January last year, there were an average of 3,000 deaths per day, and now fewer than 600 people.
The CDC pointed out that 154 million people in the total population of the United States have received at least one dose of the vaccine against covid-19.