In late July, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended that vaccinated people resume masking indoors in certain parts of the country. In May, the CDC had issued guidance that vaccinated people no longer need to mask or physically distance in most indoor and outdoor settings. According to CDC data, about 46% of U.S. counties are considered high-transmission areas in which the new policy would be applicable. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) also recommends that fully vaccinated workers who come into close contact with people who have COVID-19 to wear masks indoors for up to 14 days unless they have a negative COVID test three to five days after the contact.
This is part of our September 2021 Newsletter.
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