If you're fully vaccinated, you can celebrate Easter indoors with no masks, CDC says

People who have been fully vaccinated are safe to celebrate Easter this Sunday indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In a series of tweets, the public health agency also recommended that those who aren’t fully vaccinated stick to their own households for Easter dinner and egg hunts, or enjoy these traditions outdoors while 6 feet apart, in order to protect against spreading Covid-19.


The CDC says it’s still learning how vaccines protect against the coronavirus, and advises that fully vaccinated people going out in public still wear masks and take precautions until the agency knows more.

source: cnn.com