The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Tuesday that they are changing their masking recommendation due to the rise of the Delta variant in the United States. The CDC announced that they will recommend everyone in K-12 learning environments to wear a mask. In the CNN article, the CDC states that “all people age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated should wear masks at school.” The article also mentions that “the new guidance comes about two months after President Joe Biden declared it a “great day in America” when the CDC revised its mask guidelines for vaccinated people and reflects a psychological setback for a country struggling to emerge from the grips of the pandemic.” While the guidance for unvaccinated people also “remains the same: Continue masking until they are fully vaccinated.” To read more about the new CDC recommendations and guidelines, continue reading the CNN article here.
CDC Recommends Everyone to Wear a Mask in K-12 Schools – Regardless of Vaccination Status
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