The Wall Street Journal reports:
The CDC said Monday that fully vaccinated people should continue to take precautions in some circumstances to prevent the spread of the virus that causes Covid-19.
People who are fully immunized should continue to wear masks and keep their distance from others in public or while visiting unvaccinated people at higher risk for severe cases of Covid-19, the CDC said.
It is possible that vaccinated people could still get infected by the virus and transmit it to others who are at risk for severe disease, public-health experts say. But early research suggests vaccinated people are less likely to get infected and potentially less likely to spread the virus, the CDC said.
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