Yes, guidelines are coming for those who have been vaccinated. Here’s what we know so far
Did you get the COVID-19 vaccine? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will soon release guidelines for what you can do
The guidance will likely say that fully vaccinated individuals — those who receive two shots for the Pfizer, Moderna vaccines, or those who got one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine — can gather in small groups with other people who have been vaccinated.
- Currently, the CDC recommends people should only gather “virtually or with the people you live.”
- According to Politico, “the agency’s advice is likely to disappoint many who hoped the increasing pace of inoculations would allow some common restrictions to be relaxed immediately for vaccinated people.”
It’s unclear when these guidelines will be released. But the measures could be released as early as Thursday, per Politico.