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You’re Vaccinated Against COVID-19 …Now What?

You’re VACCINATED Against COVID-19 …Now What?
You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your final COVID-19 vaccine dose. It takes
this long for your body to build up protection against COVID-19. When you are fully
You can:
• Gather outdoors with smaller groups of fully vaccinated people without wearing masks, unless
you are in a crowded place, like a sporting event or outdoor concert.
• Gather indoors with smaller groups of fully vaccinated people without wearing masks.
• Gather indoors with unvaccinated people from one other household without wearing masks – if
no one in that household, or anyone they live with, has an increased risk of severe illness from
You should still:
• Wear a mask and stay at least 6 feet apart in crowded settings, even when outdoors.
• Avoid medium and large indoor gatherings with unvaccinated people.
• Get tested and stay home if you feel sick.
• Follow any additional guidance at your workplace.
You do not need to:
• Stay home if you have been close to someone with COVID-19, if you got your final dose at
least 14 days ago and you do not have any symptoms.