Vaccination is a fascinating step towards a return to the favorite activities known before the coronavirus epidemic, but shooting will not solve all our problems by magic. Below is a list of recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for what you can and can do to help keep you safe after vaccination.*,
Please note that the CDC will update և extend these guidelines based on the level of COVID-19 community coverage in the fully vaccinated population և vaccine-based science continues to evolve.
* This guide is for people who have been fully vaccinated. The CDC says someone is fully vaccinated after at least two weeks after a second dose of two doses (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) or at least two weeks after they have received one dose of the vaccine. : (John Onson և John Onson)
People who are fully vaccinated in non-health conditions can:
- Visit with fully vaccinated persons without wearing masks or physical removal.
- Visit to unvaccinated people from one household who apply for severe COVID-19 disease without wearing masks or at a physical distance.
- Refrain from quarantine և tests after a known infection if it is asymptomatic.
For now, fully vaccinated people should continue the following:
- Take precautions in front of the public, such as wearing a full mask and physical distance.
- Follow these other safety precautions when visiting unvaccinated people who are at increased risk for severe COVID-19 disease or who have a high-risk unvaccinated family member. This is especially true when visiting with many unvaccinated households.
- Avoid gatherings of medium and large people.
- Check for COVID-19 symptoms.
- Follow the instructions given by individual employers
- Follow the CDC և Health ճանապարհ Travel Requirements և Recommendations.
For more detailed information on these events, visit cdc.gov.