CDC Guidelines For Labor Day: People Must Wear Masks Indoors, Unvaccinated Shouldn’t Travel! [WATCH]
Rochelle Walensky shared the guidelines for Labor Day weekend, which includes the rule for all Americans to wear masks.
Also, the unvaccinated people should sustain themselves from traveling.
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“We have actually articulated that people who are fully vaccinated and who are wearing masks can travel,” said Director Walensky.
“Given where we are with disease transmission right now, we would say that people need to take their own — these risks into their own consideration as they think about traveling,” Walensky added. “First and foremost, if you are unvaccinated, we would recommend not traveling.”
The CDC says fully vaccinated Americans should wear masks if traveling over Labor Day weekend.
"If you are unvaccinated, we would recommend not traveling," @CDCDirector Rochelle Walensky added https://t.co/MJbHKzhVgK pic.twitter.com/fa8Et9bM36
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Bear in mind that the vaccines won’t stop the transmission of the virus. This Monday, the CDC announced that the vaccines are less effective in preventing hospitalization, especially for individuals over 75.
The reduction in vaccine effectiveness is because of the Delta variant.
The latest Israeli study shared that COVID-19 convalescent people (people with natural immunity) have better protection against the worst covid-19 variant than the vaccinated people.