(Washington) New guidelines from public health officials in the United States say that people who will be “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19 do not have to wear a mask when meeting. But if they visit someone who is not vaccinated and at risk, nothing needs to change.
Rapid vaccination in the U.S. Responsible for COVID-19, Rochelle Walinsky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at a Monday White House press conference. The CDC considers it takes two weeks after the second dose to be considered fully immune.
This means that with complete vaccination, we can, in some cases, return to the pre-COVID-19 world.
Cedric Jansoni, Microbiologist and Infectious Diseases Specialist at McGill University Health Center (MUHC)
Since Quebec has chosen to delay the second dose to speed up vaccination to a single dose, can we hope for reductions after one dose? Dr.s Jansune. But the idea of lightning isn’t really an option until a large percentage of the population has received at least one dose. I don’t think the question will be asked in the next two or three months. It is also necessary to consider the possibility of deploying variants that may be less resistant to current vaccines. Once 25% of the population is protected, there is selection pressure that will favor the less vaccine-susceptible variants. So there is a race against time. ”
Residential dining rooms
In the United States, many nursing homes have resumed group meals and activities. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) asked federal authorities in late February to allow unrestricted visits to residences as everyone received two doses of the vaccine. Confederation of the Golden Age of Quebec (FADOQ), depends on public health. “The resumption of group activities and meals has a huge impact on tenants,” said Guillaume Rivest, Communications Consultant at FADOQ.
The FADOQ Network campaigns in favor of active aging. This recovery may be desirable if approved by public health and does not threaten other residents.
Guillaume Refest, Communications Consultant at FADOQ
DReturn Walinsky, from the CDC, said at a news conference that a mask is not necessary if fully vaccinated people are visiting unvaccinated people, as long as it’s a single outbreak. In the event of multiple, non-immune outbreaks, a mask is required. She also explained that if a fully vaccinated person comes into contact with an infected person, he will not need to be quarantined. The CDC does not recommend that fully vaccinated people travel from state to state, to avoid stimulating variant circulation in airport crowds. This raised questions from reporters, as many Americans live far from their families.
Dr.s Jansune. It may decrease by two thirds. In the context of variables trading, this remains an issue. ”
Vaccination by the numbers
1.5% of Canadians received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine
9.6% of the US population has received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine
16% of Alaskans have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine (the maximum in the US)
Source: Johns Hopkins University
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