When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated

Mar 27, 2021

When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated

What’s Changed

Whether you've had enough of your vaccinations: 

  • You don't need to wear a mask while you're gathering inside for completely vaccinated citizens. 

  • If either of those people or someone they live with has an elevated risk of serious disease from COVID-19, you should gather indoors with unvaccinated people from another household (for example, meeting with friends who all live together) without masks.

  • If you've been subjected to COVID-19, you don't need to stop others or get checked because you're having symptoms. 

  • And if you don't have signs, you can stay away from others for 14 days and get screened if you live in a group environment (like a correctional or detention institution or a group home) and are with someone who has COVID-19.

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What Hasn’t Changed

  • For the time being, and though you've been properly vaccinated, you can take precautions to cover yourself and anyone in a variety of circumstances, such as using a mask, keeping at least 6 feet apart from others, and avoiding crowds and badly ventilated rooms. When you're out and about, remember to take the following precautions:

    • In public

    • Getting together for unvaccinated members of more than one household 

    • Visiting an unvaccinated person who is at a higher risk of serious illness or death from COVID-19, or who lives with someone who is at a higher risk


  • Large or standard size gatherings can also be avoided. 

  • Domestic and overseas travel can also be postponed. You must also meet the CDC's criteria and guidelines if you travel. 

  • You should also be on the lookout for COVID-19 signs, particularly if you've been around someone who has. If you have COVID-19 signs, you can get checked and sit at home, away from other people.

What We Know and What We’re Still Learning

  • COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to be successful in preventing COVID-19 disease, including serious illness and death.

    • We're also studying how successful the vaccines are against COVID-19-causing virus variants. Early evidence suggests that the vaccines could be selective against certain strains but not others.

  • Other preventive initiatives have been shown to help avoid the spread of COVID-19, and these measures are now relevant even when vaccines are delivered.

    • We're also studying how effective COVID-19 vaccines are at preventing disease transmission.

    • Early evidence suggests that the vaccines can help people from transmitting COVID-19, but as more people are vaccinated, we can learn more.

  • COVID-19 vaccines are now being studied to see how long they can shield humans.

  • If more information is released, the CDC will continue to refine its guidelines for both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.


Before we know more regarding those issues, everybody — even those that have already obtained their vaccinations — can continue to take simple protective measures as guided.


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