Same period, last year, most states issued “shelter-in-place” orders, COVID numbers were surging, restaurants, cinemas, schools and pretty much everything was closed. The idea of getting a vaccine against the virus seemed fiction and life seemed to never return to normal.
Although we are not there yet, and there are things we still need to do to keep the virus under control and get our normalcy back, things are quite different now from what they were this time last year. We already have three vaccines developed and used at a large scale to immunize the population, with more than 101.4 million Americans fully vaccinated as of Apr. 30, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
But we are not out of the woods just yet and experts are advising against letting our guard down. More specifically, the CDC says both vaccinated and unvaccinated people should avoid a certain situation. Read on to find out what you should steer clear of. And speaking of vaccinated people, find out the answer to a very important question: Is The COVID Vaccine Working If I Have No Side Effects?