CDC Reverses Indoor Mask Policy, Calls for Universal Masking at Schools

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reversing course on an indoor mask policy, saying fully vaccinated people and children should wear masks indoors — at least in the areas of the country where COVID-19 is surging. The agency is also recommending universal indoor masking at schools this school year regardless of vaccination status. Dr. Jason Wilson, associate medical director at Tampa General Hospital's emergency department, joined Cheddar's Opening Bell to discuss the mask guidance as well as the potential Pfizer booster shot.
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