The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just released "Interim Public Health Recommendations" for fully vaccinated people, but it's not quite time to hang up the mask.

The new guidelines include multiple new outdoor situations where fully vaccinated people may forego wearing a mask as well as certain indoor events that are safe if they wear one.

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Outdoor activities where masks won't be required to be worn by fully vaccinated citizens include walking, running, or biking with members of your household, attending small outdoor gatherings with fully vaccinated family and friends, attending small outdoor gatherings with a mixture of fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people, and dining at outdoor restaurants with friends from multiple households.

The CDC also says indoor activities such as visiting a salon, going to an uncrowded shopping center or museum, riding public transportation, going to a movie theater, attending a worship service, eating inside a restaurant, and performing indoor exercises with a class are safe for fully vaccinated people as long as they wear a face covering.

Despite the newly eased restrictions, the organization is still asking everyone, including fully vaccinated people, to continue to follow the precautions we have all become accustomed to over the past year, including wearing a mask indoors, avoiding large in-person gatherings, and getting tested if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

The CDC has a robust website with all the latest information on the vaccines and can answer any questions you may have. Click here for more information.