The New York Daily News reports:
Fully vaccinated New Yorkers can ditch their masks in most circumstances starting Wednesday as the Empire State adopts guidance from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The new guidance still calls for masks to be worn in some crowded indoor settings and on mass transit. They must also be worn in schools, hospitals, prisons, nursing homes and homeless shelters.
New Yorkers who have yet to get vaccinated must still wear masks in all settings, although it’s unclear how that will be enforced.
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⚡️ Fully vaccinated New Yorkers can ditch their masks — in most circumstances — starting Wednesday, May 19 as N.Y. state adopts guidance from CDC
That day a majority of capacity limits will also end, Cuomo says.
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— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) May 17, 2021