The C.D.C. said fully vaccinated people don’t have to wear masks or maintain social distance indoors or outdoors, with some exceptions. But what do you plan on doing in the coming weeks?,


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Federal health officials said on Thursday that people who were at least two weeks past their final dose of a coronavirus vaccine could safely go most places, both indoors and outdoors, without a mask. Governors and mayors across much of the country have since announced plans to relax or end their mask mandates. The changing and differing guidelines across state lines have led to some people feeling confused or unsure what advice to follow.

The New York Times would like to hear from people in the United States about their mask-wearing habits and how those have or haven’t changed since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced its new guidelines.

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