People vaccinated against corona in the United States no longer need to wear a face mask in public, as long as they avoid large crowds.
The American health organization CDC announced this new guideline on Tuesday. Without a nose and mouth covering, vaccinees can now eat, walk or stay in small groups again.
Two weeks after your last shot, you can start over with many things you couldn’t do because of the pandemic, the CDC said. A mouth mask is still necessary at concerts, parades or major sporting events, even outdoors.
Since the beginning of March, people who have been vaccinated have been allowed to meet in small groups.
Since then, they have also been allowed to visit others who have not yet been injected but who are not at significant risk with a corona infection.