Things have been changing pretty quickly when it comes to COVID-19 health and safety measures.
So far, the CDC has updated its guidance for fully vaccinated individuals allowing them to resume leisure travel in the U.S. and no longer recommending that they wear face masks when outdoors (unless they’re in a crowded area). And, guidance may soon be changing again.
According to the Associated Press News, the CDC has announced that those who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks when indoors in most cases. Though they do still recommend that face masks be worn by those who are vaccinated when in a crowded indoor or outdoor setting.
The CDC website has been updated to reflect the new guidance for those who are fully vaccinated, noting that they “no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting” with a few exceptions and can “refrain from testing following a known exposure”
This announcement comes as many updates are being made to current health and safety guidelines at several theme parks including both Universal and Disney World. Recently Universal Orlando reduced their physical distancing measures to 3-feet and Disney announced that they will gradually begin to reduce distancing requirements in both the parks and resorts.
Keep in mind that the theme parks implement their own health and safety policies, so the new CDC guidelines may not be in place at parks like Disney immediately. We will continue to keep an eye out for updates, so stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!
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