Although the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that vaccinated people not wear masks indoors two months ago, experts are now urging people to “empty and disguise.”
Los Angeles County ordered people to wear masks indoors that weekend, even though the county sheriff announced that it would not be required to wear masks. Other counties in California also recommend wearing masks indoors. With the increase in cases in these states, Arkansas, Missouri and New York are weighing the requirements for wearing masks.
The American Academy of Pediatrics issued guidelines for the 202,122 school year on Monday, which include people over 2 years old who wear masks, regardless of vaccination status.
“New data shows that the CDC recommends Växjö and masks it in (increased) cases and areas of positive results, rather than blanking or masking it, until the numbers start to decline again,” said the former doctor of general surgeon. Jerome Adams. On Twitter.
The weekly moving average incidence rate in the United States has almost tripled in the last month. The mortality rate has also risen sharply: it has risen by 24.7% from its lowest level two weeks ago.
CDC Director Rochelle Wales told that under certain circumstances, local officials may have to make decisions outside the country.
“In some parts of the country, about one-third of people are vaccinated. Their vaccination rate is very low. There are also areas where there are more diseases,” Kerensky said.
“The purpose of this cover policy is not to protect the vaccinated people, but to protect the unvaccinated people,” he said.