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CDC eases summer camp Covid guidance, says fully vaccinated teens don’t need masks


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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased its public health guidance for summer camps Friday, saying fully vaccinated teens don’t need to wear face masks or stay 6 feet away from others.

Fully vaccinated teens should still wear masks where required, including at local businesses and workplaces, according to the CDC. Camps can be supportive of staff or campers who choose to continue to wear a mask even if vaccinated, the agency added.

While unvaccinated teens should continue to wear masks, the CDC said they generally do not need to wear masks when outdoors unless they are in an area with “substantial to high transmission,” in a crowded setting or…


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