Biden Addresses Mideast Violence, CDC Says Vaccinated Can Go Unmasked : The NPR Politics Podcast Escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence presents a new hurdle for an administration that has tried to stay laser-focused on its own legislative agenda. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has once again updated their guidance: vaccinated people may stop wearing masks in most indoor settings.

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Biden Addresses Mideast Violence, CDC Says Vaccinated Can Go Unmasked

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Biden Addresses Mideast Violence, CDC Says Vaccinated Can Go Unmasked

Biden Addresses Mideast Violence, CDC Says Vaccinated Can Go Unmasked

Biden Addresses Mideast Violence, CDC Says Vaccinated Can Go Unmasked

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Escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence presents a new hurdle for an administration that has tried to stay laser-focused on its own legislative agenda. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has once again updated their guidance: vaccinated people may stop wearing masks in most indoor settings.

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