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CDC Launches New Guidelines for Indoor Gatherings

The CDC released recommendations Saturday for the upcoming holiday season. The agency suggested the idea of using a window fan to keep the air at an indoor party as fresh as possible.The agency appears to be suggesting that circulating air indoors can ward off the airborne coronavirus, or at least reduce its chances of spreading during home gatherings.

The agency announced holiday celebration guidelines that if people are planning to have an indoor gathering, bring in fresh air by opening windows and doors, if possible. People came to use a window fan in one of the open windows to blow air out of the window. This will pull fresh air in through the other open windows.

The agency also added that even if the summer’s pandemic wave passed, they request Americans not gather indoors with loved ones or visitors this winter. It recommends getting together only with members of a household, meeting remote family and friends virtually or, if necessary, conducting an outdoor celebration with everyone at least 6 feet apart.

CDC said that those who have to venture to events should be vaccinated. CDC said that they should wear masks in communities with high rates of Covid-19 spread or when the vaccination status of others is unknown, even if parties are outdoors.Mask-wearing indoors is still recommended for unvaccinated people, along with wearing masks outdoors in crowded settings. Fully vaccinated people are recommended to wear masks in areas with substantial COVID-19 transmission.

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