CDC Says Vaccinated Teachers And Students Do Not Need Masks Inside Of School
According to reports, the Centers for Disease Control has announced that vaccinated teachers and students no longer need to wear masks inside of school. While they loosen the guidance on masks inside, the CDC still advises that students distance while in school.
See the report from our media partners @KATCTV3 via Twitter below.
According to the above report and the latest update from the CDC's official website, the guidance is that masks should still be worn by anyone two-years-old or above if they are not fully vaccinated.
With in-person learning a top priority, the CDC has given out extensive guidance on how both teachers and students can remain healthy and safe for this upcoming school year.
Louisiana state health advisor Dr. Joseph Kanter recently said that the delta variant has been responsible for a recent surge in COVID cases across the state.
Louisiana has approximately 35% of its residents fully vaccinated at this time.