The CDC Has Tips on How To Celebrate Easter Safely
NATIONWIDE– As more people get vaccinated, as most are hopeful for a fast return to normalcy. Over the holiday weekend, the Center for Disease Control remains urging people to take certain precautions. The CDC recommends spending Easter with all people you live with. You may even partake in outdoor celebrations while remaining six feet apart from individuals who live beyond your household. Obviously, virtual get-togethers are yet another safe method to celebrate.
Matters have changed since last year’s Easter celebrations. If you are fully vaccinated, then the CDC states it is possible to celebrate in-person with individuals beyond your household, provided that they’re also fully vaccinated. The CDC says you can celebrate indoors, and do not need to societal space or wear a mask in this case.
In the event you would like to celebrate Easter with loved ones not having been fully vaccinated, then the CDC advises restricting your guest list into one other household.
Below are CDC suggestions on safely partaking in religious holiday traditions.
On the lookout for creative strategies to jump in the Easter spirit? Take some of those actions, too.
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