Covid-19: America loosens guidelines on outdoor toys – KBC


The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that full-fledged Americans do not need to wear masks when they are out.

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Those who have received all the required jabs can hide their face either alone or in small groups of people who have been vaccinated, the new guidelines say.

But the CDC abandoned its policy of providing a mask in-house and in crowded settings or halls.

More than 95 million Americans have been fully vaccinated so far.

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Following the CDC announcement on Tuesday, President Joe Biden celebrated the new guidelines as “amazing progress”.

“Our scientists are confident with the data that the likelihood of acquiring or transmitting the virus to others is very low,” said Biden. The bottom line is this: If you have been vaccinated you can do more. “

The president also urged Americans who have not yet received their ammunition to do so, calling it an “patriotic” act.

“Vaccination is about saving your life but also the lives of the people around you – but it’s also about helping us get back to normal life.”

Health officials presented new safety guidelines at a coronavirus staff squad meeting on Tuesday.

“Small and medium-sized gatherings for people outside the vaccine can be held safely,” CDC Director Dr Rochelle Walensky said. This includes exercising or eating out.

He said that deciding whether to wear a mask at large outdoor gatherings would depend on other concerns such as the hall being well-ventilated and the space left open.

The guidelines are for complete immunization – which means two weeks after a person’s last vaccine jab.

Evidence suggests that, although Covid-19 infections may occur externally, the risk of infection is very low. Early research also shows that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to spread the virus.

Walensky said the masquerade guide for full coverage was largely intended to “protect the uninfected”.

“We want people who have not been vaccinated to reduce interactions with people, to return to the basic principles of increased ventilation, space,” he said.

Health officials have noted that the number of cases in the United States is stabilizing as immunization rates continue to rise, and on Tuesday, they urged more people to register for immunizations.

Nearly 141 million Americans – about 42% of the total population – have received at least one dose of the vaccine by April 26, according to the CDC.

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