The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed that citizens who have received a complete vaccine against the coronavirus They will no longer need to wear masks Unless they are in the crowd, in some cases even citizens who have not been vaccinated may not take it.
This is reflected in the updated guidelines released on Tuesday, which indicate that regardless of whether they have been fully vaccinated, No need to wear a mask outside when walking, Cycling or running alone or with family members. Similarly, it pointed out that in small indoor meetings with fully vaccinated people, it is not necessary to wear a mask.
However, in addition to these recommendations, They are different for fully vaccinated people and unvaccinated people.
People who have not been vaccinated (as defined by the CDC as those who have not received two doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or who have not been vaccinated from Janssen) should wear masks at outdoor gatherings where other unvaccinated people are. In-house restaurant.
instead, Those who are vaccinated do not need to wear a mask In this case, please follow the guide.
However, it is still recommended Use masks for everyone In large outdoor events (such as concerts or sports events) and indoor public places (such as shopping malls, bars, barber shops, museums or cinemas).
The person in charge of the center stated that these recommendations have been relaxed because The risk of transmission is currently low, And they currently have a wealth of information on how and where transmission occurs and why transmission can motivate people to vaccinate.
However, it should be noted that the CDC will issue recommendations and specific regulations Depends on different status; In most cases, this mask is not currently required.