CDC Loosens Guidelines for Vaccinated Households
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is easing its guidelines for fully vaccinated people.
The CDC says those fully vaccinated can visit people who have not gotten the vaccine without restrictions. But they suggest the visits be limited to one unvaccinated household at a time.
The CDC advises people to still wear a mask if the unvaccinated family or friend is older, pregnant, or at an increased risk of severe illness.
Masks are also encourages if two unvaccinated households are gathering together.
Health officials consider people fully vaccinated once two weeks has passed since receiving the second or only vaccine dose.