Back in May, the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) announcement that the fully vaccinated could go mask-free in public indoor settings signaled a turning point in the pandemic. Not shockingly, the CDC announced on July 27 that it's reversing course on its May guidance, and it's recommending the fully vaccinated should now, in fact, prepare to mask up when going out in public in areas of the country with high or substantial transmission rates. The CDC's decision makes sense in light of the trajectory the pandemic has taken in recent weeks.
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