Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, your parents have been begging: Is it safe to see the grandkids yet? Well, after months of separation, the answer is finally “yes.”
The CDC released a brand-new set of health recommendations for those who have already received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Based on the suggestions, children are now allowed to visit their grandparents, as long as the get-together abides by these rules.
According to the guidelines, fully vaccinated people are now allowed to:
- Visit with other fully vaccinated people indoors (without masks or physical distancing)
- Visit with unvaccinated people indoors (without masks or physical distancing), though guests must be from a single household and considered low risk