The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidelines Friday for fully vaccinated people that will stretch into gatherings during the holiday season.
The general guidance comes just before masses of people traditionally begin traveling and visiting relatives for Thanksgiving and Christmas, providing information on how to approach those family gatherings.
“Currently approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccines protect people from getting infected and severely ill, and significantly reduce the likelihood of hospitalization and death,” the agency guidance read. “Fully vaccinated people are less likely to become infected and, if infected, to develop symptoms of COVID-19 compared with unvaccinated people.
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