This time last year, the United States was in a completely different place with COVID. Most states were closed, new cases were on the rise, and it looked like there would be a vaccine years ago to protect us from the virus. Fortunately, things have changed dramatically. Not only do we have three safe and effective vaccines, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 101.4 million people in the United States are fully vaccinated as of April 30. But, as experts have warned, new cases of COVID are still emerging across the country, which is something to keep in mind when we start moving towards a kind of life like we knew it. In particular, the CDC says there is one place to beware of – whether or not you are vaccinated. Keep reading to learn where they say to avoid walking, and for more guidance during the pandemic, the CDC says people who get COVID after vaccination have it in common.
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