May 9, 2021


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DC imposes most mask restrictions for vaccinated adults

Mayor of Washington DC Muriel ArrowMuriel ArrowThey saw Michelle Obama eating in DC Kumo announces that all vaccination sites in New York are open for walking appointments DC scoffed for vaccine promotion design More (D) On Friday, he officially unveiled the need for full immunized adults in the capital during business activities as well as during some indoor and outdoor activities.

Under a newly signed Executive OrderPeople who have had two weeks of receiving a single dose of Johnson & Johnson single vaccine or PFZ or moderne vaccine can now follow: A temporary guide for fully vaccinated individuals The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been updated this week.

Under the District’s “Special Vaccine for Vaccines” Adults can meet at home with other immunized people in small groups outside without wearing masks or masks.

He added: “Businesses, office buildings and other institutions that are open to members of the public should post signs on their outside doors that the person cannot enter unless the person is wearing a mask or fully vaccinated.”

Individuals who have been fully immunized may also pass without a mask in shared apartments or condominiums, although those who stay longer may continue to wear masks.

Under the new rules, businesses may require a person’s immunization card or other immunization certificate if they do not wear a mask.

However, the directive states that businesses or institutions requiring immunizations “must be reserved for those who cannot be vaccinated.” [and] As long as they wear masks, they will not be vaccinated against their sincere religious beliefs.

Friday’s executive order also simplifies travel and exclusion rules for vaccinated individuals, and those who have been fully vaccinated are not required to isolate themselves after returning from a trip home.

The order stipulates that vaccinated international travelers must have a COVID-19 test before entering the United States and three to five days after returning to DC.

Individuals who have been exposed to COVID-19 are no longer required to remain neutral unless they begin to show symptoms.

The changes come just days after the CDC said it was safe for people to be fully vaccinated under the revised guidelines. Being out without a mask, Which CDC director Role WallenskyRole WallenskyHill Morning Report – Biden to Country – “Turning Disaster into Opportunity” CDC director ‘hopes for’ caronavirus situation in US Hill Morning Report – Biden reserves renewed push for big government More Tuesday “One Step Back to Normal Situation ”

according to Information from the DC Mayor’s Office, More than 237,000 residents have received at least one vaccine, and more than 142,000 have been fully vaccinated.