The CDC changed its mask guidance for vaccinated Americans. Other countries are taking different approaches.

Posted on AllSides April 28th, 2021
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With some countries rapidly inoculating their populations against the coronavirus, and pandemic fatigue deepening, a common question has reverberated around the world: When can the masks come off?

In the United States, fully vaccinated individuals can now leave their masks behind when walking, jogging, biking or dining with friends outdoors, federal officials said Tuesday. Ditching a mask at small outdoor gatherings is also deemed safe, but the CDC still recommends masks for indoor activities.

More than 52 percent of eligible people in the United States have received at least one...

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