While more and more people are rolling up their sleeves to receive their vaccination shots against COVID-19, the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is about to launch their guidelines for people to follow after they get fully vaccinated.
Apart from the agency’s recommendation to continue following the preventive measures, the guidelines will include safe activities for the immunized population of the country.
CDC About To Publish Its Delayed Post Vaccination Guidance
The CDC has already clarified the needs in following the measures like masking, social distancing, and keeping proper hygiene with frequently washing hands.
A report by Politico said that in the guideline, CDC will urge vaccinated people only to get socialized with those who are at their home.
Dr.Anthony Fauci, president Biden’s chief medical officer also described the upcoming guidelines of CDC earlier. He said that he thinks that family gatherings of people in the same household have a low relative risk, and it is not necessary to wear a mask during such meet-ups.
Earlier, the guideline was scheduled to release on Saturday, but since there was a delay in rules the date got postponed and no actual date is given by the CDC to the public.
The to-be-published guidelines of CDC are expected to clarify the public on certain scenarios, including guidance on traveling and business purposes.
CDC is publishing the guidelines as the country reaches the goal of immunizing its whole population step-by-step as a whole. Parallel to the paced-up vaccine rollouts across the country, the number of cases was slightly dropped with hope.
However, the present condition added into the threat with a lot of potential variants of the coronavirus as well a rise in figures which occurred last week. Experts in the country also said that there is a long way to go for the country to reach normalcy.
Despite the threatening conditions, some of the states have already lifted the restrictions imposed on residents to prevent the spread of this deadly virus. Among those, Texas is in the spotlight as the state lifted mask mandates when it has the highest number of cases and ignored this fact. The state officials also have plans soon to lift other restrictions too.
The latest reports fr0om the CDC indicated that 102.3 million vaccine doses have been distributed among Americans. among the whole population of America, 26.1 million people got fully vaccinated. This covers roughly around 10.2% of the country’s population.
Since the Janssen vaccine from Johnson & Johnson received emergency authorization recently, the country will soon put an end to the shortage of vaccine doses. The current per day rate of total doses distributed lies at 2 million.
People across the country are also eagerly waiting for the guidelines from CDC. people raise their queries as they are anxiously waiting for a time to go back to normal life, plan trips, and visit their near and dear ones.
Since there is a delay in the publication of guidelines, health care workers and doctors are helping the fully vaccinated public with the best instructions.