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Biden Reverts Back on Issuing New CDC Guidelines Later This Week

President Joe Biden is expected to announce sure-short new guidelines which could be an enhancing strategy in following the protocols, three people familiar with the expected announcement said. On Tuesday, he is going to reveal that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance for wearing masks outdoors.

It is going to be a worth-watching week for all the Americans as Joe Biden is all set to address the Congress for the First Time on Wednesday. Before that, the President will give remarks on the start of the pandemic on Tuesday, and will also declare the information whether the vaccinated people are still obliged to wear masks outdoors or not. One of the profligate members of the Biden Administration, Dr. Anthony Fauci, strongly gives us a clue that the guidance would be updated this week, claiming hints that he has peculiar information on the matter. Despite the fact he didn’t want to get ahead of the CDC, he asserted that they will be coming out with updating their guidelines of what people who are vaccinated can do and even some who are not vaccinated.

Other experts also claimed that the Biden Administration is resorting to announce new protocols or upgraded measures for the vaccinated as well as the partially vaccinated people. The recommendations would be the center of attraction of many reviewers and experts who believe that guidelines for infection control and prevention in health care settings will also be provided.

The CDC currently recommends those who have been fully vaccinated should still wear a mask and stay six feet apart from others in public, when gathering with unvaccinated people from more than one other household and when visiting with an unvaccinated person who is at increased risk of severe illness or death from Covid-19

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