On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued long-awaited guidance against fully-vaccinated Americans against Kovid-19, freeing them to take some liberties, including gathering the unqualified indoors with others Not required, who are still fully immunized without precautions while adhering. Masking and distancing in public places.
The agency offered good news to the grandparents, who have avoided seeing children and grandchildren for the past year, saying that fully vaccinated people from the same home with no unwanted people at home Can go inside unless there is a risk of serious illness to any of the unaffiliated people, if infected with coronavirus.
This means that fully vaccinated grandparents can visit healthy adult children and healthy grandchildren without masks or physical distance. But the trip should be limited to only one house: if the adult children are dropped by unqualified neighbors, the trip must go out and everyone must wear a mask and distance.
State officials took steps to reopen businesses and schools amid a drop in virus cases and deaths. Federal health officials have repeatedly warned against restrictions too quickly, Including lifting the mask mandate, Fearing that the moves may set the stage for the fourth surge of infections and deaths.
Cavites and leaves are kept in the room for modifications when new advice is available. The agency did not rule out the possibility that the individuals were fully vaccinated Asymptomatic infection may develop and inadvertently spread the virus to others., And urged those who are vaccinated to take certain precautions.
Agency officials encouraged people to be vaccinated with the first vaccine available to them, To help bring the epidemic closer and resume normal life. The agency stressed that “vaccines are highly effective for preventing severe Kovid-19 disease, hospitalization, and death,” and said its guidance “is the first step toward returning to everyday activities in communities.” “
The director of the CDC, Drs. Rochelle P. “We know that people want to get vaccinated so that they can return the things that they do to the people they love,” Wallensky said. To resume now in the privacy of their homes. “
Nevertheless, she said, “Everyone, including those who should be vaccinated, should continue with all mitigation strategies in a public setting.”
Many more Americans will need to be fully vaccinated before suspending mitigation measures, she and other officials said, because most Americans have not yet received the vaccine.
As of Sunday, approximately 58.9 million people have received at least one dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine, including approximately 30.7 million people who have been fully vaccinated, According to cdc. Providers are administering approximately 2.16 million doses per day on average.
The CDC’s advice is aimed at Americans who have been fully vaccinated, meaning at least two weeks have passed since they received a second dose of the two-dose vaccine series of Pfizer-BioNotech or Modern Vaccine, and Weeks have passed since she received at least two doses of a Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine.
What is safe for newly vaccinated Americans and their unqualified neighbors and family members is because in large part there has been uncertainty Scientists have not yet understood whether and how often immunized people can still transmit the virus.. If so, masking and other precautions are still needed in some settings to control the virus, researchers have said.
There is also uncertainty about how well vaccines protect against emerging variants of the virus, and how long vaccine protection lasts.
The CDC said on Monday that “a growing body of evidence” suggests that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to have asymptomatic infection and “are likely less likely to transmit the virus.” Causes other people to Kovid-19. ” Nevertheless, the agency did not rule out the possibility that they might inadvertently transmit the virus.
Given the current state of the research, the CDC advised:
Fully vaccinated Americans can gather in private groups with each other in small groups without masks or away. Vaccinated people can gather in a private home from a single home with disqualified people who are at low risk for developing serious illness if they contract coronaviruses, even without masks or distancing.
Vaccinated Americans do not need to quarantine or be tested if they have a known risk for the virus, unless they develop symptoms of infection. If they develop symptoms, they should isolate themselves, perform tests and talk to their doctor.
In public, vaccinated people should wear masks and maintain social distance, and take other precautions, such as avoiding poorly ventilated places, covering coughs and sneezes, washing hands frequently and following any other protocols Which are in place.
Vaccinated people should continue to avoid large and medium ceremonies, although the agency did not specify the size collected with the numbers.
The agency did not modify its travel recommendations, continuing the advice that all Americans avoid travel unless absolutely necessary.
The advice is not legally binding, but the agency’s recommendations are generally followed by state public health officials. The recommendations are likely to encourage vaccination for many hesitating Americans by promising modest leniency after months of sanctions.