American people can now exit without a mask. (File pic)
United States: Health officials say that Americans who have undergone complete immunization (Corona Vaccine) do not need to apply a face mask except for large crowds of strangers.
For the past one year, the CDC has been advising Americans to apply masks to any other person on a six-foot distance when they go out. The change in CDC stance comes after more than half of adults in the US have received at least one dose of the Corona virus vaccine and more than a third have undergone complete vaccination. Infectious disease specialists at the University of Alabama, Birmingham Welcoming this change, Dr. Mike Sag said, “This is a return to freedom.” It is to be returned to our normal life. …. “The CDC, being careful in its guidance during the time of crisis, has confirmed the things that Americans have been doing for many weeks. According to the CDC, “whether or not fully vaccinated, such people need to apply masks when they go out alone or with family members, on motorcycles or on foot. Can go without masks in the closed auditorium. ”
According to the guidelines, people who are not vaccinated – that is, those who have not got Pfizer, Mordana, Johnson vaccines, have to apply masks in the external program. Other people can also be without vaccines at such places. They should wear masks in outdoor restaurants. According to the CDC, people who have undergone complete immunization are not required to cover their face in such situations. However, in crowded open events like concerts or sports, everyone should apply masks.