Things You Could Do Without Wearing A Mask Today And Still Be Safe

We already know that wearing a mask constantly isn’t entertaining. Yet, there are a lot of exercises you can manage without a mask while remaining protected and following Covid-19 rules. For instance, Outdoor exercises are safe without masks whether or not an individual is immunized as long as individuals are either alone or with close relatives, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Furthermore, completely immunized individuals can gather securely outside without masks in little gatherings. below are some activities that can be done without wearing masks according to the CDC Guidelines;

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

  1. Walk, run or Bike outdoor with members of your household-Safe for both unvaccinated and fully vaccinated.
  2. Attend a small, outdoor gathering with fully vaccinated family and friends -Safe for both unvaccinated and fully vaccinated.
  3. Attend a small, outdoor gathering with fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people -safe for both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated.
  4. Dine at an outdoor restaurant with friends from multiple households-Less safes for unvaccinated but safe for fully vaccinated.
  5. Attend a crowded, outdoor event, like a performance stage, parade, or sports events-Least safe for unvaccinated but safe for fully vaccinated.

INDOOR ACTIVITIES

  1. Visit a barber or hair salon-Less safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.
  2. Going to an uncrowded, indoor shopping center or museum- Less safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.
  3. Ride public transport with limited occupancy-Less safe for unvaccinated and safe for vaccinated.
  1. Attending a small, indoor gathering or fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people from multiple households-Less safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.
  2. Going to an indoor movie theater -least safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.
  3. Attending a full-capacity worship service-Least safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.
  4. Singing in an indoor chorus-Least safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.
  5. Eating at an indoor restaurant, bar, or Eateries -Least safe for unvaccinated and safe for vaccinated.
  6. Participating in an indoor, high-intensity exercise class- Least safe for unvaccinated but safe for vaccinated.

Individuals are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or two weeks after receiving the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. President Biden delivered remarks on the current state of the pandemic on Tuesday afternoon and urged Americans to “go get the shot.”

The new CDC guidelines suggest that fully vaccinated individuals continue wearing masks when in public spaces when gathering indoors with unvaccinated people from more than one household, when visiting unvaccinated high-risk individuals, or in an outdoor setting or venue where masks are required. The updated CDC guidance recommends that fully vaccinated people continue to avoid medium or large-sized gatherings.

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