Sumary of CDC Releases New, More Relaxed COVID Guidelines: “We’re in a Stronger Place”:
- A document by the Annenberg Public Policy Center found that while over half of Americans personally know at least one person who died from COVID, 41 proportion document they have already returned to their average pre-COVID being.
- It is all-important to consider the danger in a particular setting, including local COVID-19 Community Levels and the all-important role of improvement, when assessing the need to maintain physical spacing. Does This Really Change Much?
- If You Test Positive For COVID-19 If you do test positive for the microorganism, the CDC recommends staying residence for at least five days, wearing a covering at residence and in public, and discriminate yourself from others.
- Were in a stronger place today as a nation, with more equipment — like immunization, boosters, and cares — to preserve ourselves, and our gatherings, from intense illness from COVID-19, said Greta Massetti, PhD, MPH, the chief of the CDC Field Epidemiology and Prevention Branch, in the CDC statement.