According to the CDC, if you are fully vaccinated, then you “can start doing many things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic”.
Apparently, that includes attending “a small, outdoor gathering with fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people” without the need to wear a mask.
Oh wait, hang on…
If a fully vaccinated person wants to attend “a crowded, outdoor event, like a live performance, parade, or sports event”, then it is best to wear a mask still. Right. And that applies too for those who want to “sing in an indoor chorus”. Got it.
The vaccine has been generally touted by official and mainstream channels as safe and effective but a mask is still recommended for the fully vaccinated because…
The list of activities is mildly amusing, but more amusing than the fact that a mask is recommended for the fully vaccinated in all the listed indoor activities is that the table is split into two columns: “Fully Vaccinated People” and “Unvaccinated People”. The particular webpage does not mention a vaccine passport or the equivalent thereof but the way “unvaccinated people” is so distinctly labeled as a group is… well, one may be tempted to think that it is intended to convey the notion that the “unvaccinated” are outcasts worse than the disease.
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