We’ve previously seen the CDC relax guidelines as states move towards a full reopening. Today, the CDC changed mask recommendations entirely for fully vaccinated individuals, stating that it is considered safe for those people to forgo masks both indoors and outdoors. And in response, President Joe Biden has issued a statement.
Recently, the CDC has stated that fully vaccinated individuals can gather indoors, and states such as Florida and California have begun to look at relaxing restrictions. And now, another announcement is on the way.
The COVID-19 vaccine is continuing to be administered all across the country.
This vaccine rollout is moving at a speedy pace — earlier this month, we reported that all adults would be eligible for their shot about a week and a half earlier than the original goal. States such as Florida have already given those ages 16 and up access to the vaccine. And now, the rest of the country will follow suit.
There’s BIG news about the coronavirus vaccine distribution in the United States tonight.
Previously, we’ve learned that the U.S. should have enough vaccines for every adult by May, and that people who have been fully vaccinated can safely gather together indoors without face coverings on (though orders about whether or not you can do that in indoor public places varies by state).
This week, the announcements have just kept coming. We’ve got 2 different restrictions or requirements reportedly under consideration that could REALLY impact your travels around the U.S., the closure of a Disney animation studio, the reopening of a Disney park for a super special event, and more. There’s been some BIG news shared this week and we’re sharing all of the most important stuff with you.
Today is officially the United States Presidential Inauguration Day, which means a long-standing tradition is taking place in Magic Kingdom.
The Hall of Presidents is a unique and historic attraction located in Liberty Square. It features every single U.S. president in audio-animatronic form. So, it traditionally closes for refurbishment each time a new president is elected.