CDC shares recommendations for those who are fully vaccinated

Reporter: Erika Jackson Writer: Jack Lowenstein
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A woman receives her first dose of the coronavirus vaccine during a Health Hero Florida event at South Gulf Cove March 23, 2021. (Credit: WINK News)

Getting to see loved ones is a step closer to reality. The CDC has new guidelines about what it recommends people should and shouldn’t do once you’re fully vaccinated for the coronavirus. One includes you don’t always have to get tested if you’ve been exposed to the virus.

Jack May’s recent move from Indiana to Florida was bittersweet. He now has more picturesque views, more sunshine, but there were no proper goodbyes.

“We didn’t really get to get close with friends,” May said. “We had to do it by Skype and phone calls and standing out in the front yard.”

With the Tuesday’s vaccine event at his newfound community of South Gulf Cove, May is one shot closer to having visitors and safely. He’ll get his second shot in a few weeks.

“I just hope that it’s … less likely to get it or pass it on,” May said. “So hopefully we can get over this.”

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