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The CDC's latest guidance says people who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask when they're outdoors unless they're in a crowded space. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images hide caption

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CDC: If You're Vaccinated, You Don't Need To Mask Outdoors (Unless You're In A Crowd)

But the CDC is urging all people — vaccinated or not — to continue avoiding medium or large gatherings since it's still learning how well the vaccines work to curb the spread of the virus.

The CDC's latest guidance says people who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask when they're outdoors unless they're in a crowded space. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images hide caption

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CDC: If You're Vaccinated, You Don't Need To Mask Outdoors (Unless You're In A Crowd)

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Crunch Chicago Afrobeat Project
perpetual light Hirola

The Penn Museum is home to the The Morton Cranial Collection, which includes nearly 900 human skulls obtained during the early 19th century by Philadelphia scientist Dr. Samuel Morton. His research was used to lend scientific support to white supremacy. R. Perez/Penn Museum hide caption

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Penn Museum Apologizes For 'Unethical Possession Of Human Remains'

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Nevergreen Emancipator
Sunset DJ T-Rock and Squashy Nice

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State Foster Care Agencies Take Millions Of Dollars Owed To Children In Their Care

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The Journey Tom Misch
An Old Fashioned Man Dan Romer

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is President Biden's pick to replace Merrick Garland on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Jackson is seen as a possible Supreme Court justice should a vacancy arise. U.S. District Court, District of Columbia hide caption

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Ketanji Brown Jackson, A Supreme Court Prospect, Is Confirmed To A Key Appeals Court

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Reverie Ramin Djawadi
Ventura City Of The Sun
What You Want Japancakes

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'Day You'll Never Forget': Decade After Deadly Tuscaloosa Tornado, Recovery Is Uneven

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Starlights Tracey Chattaway
If I Go, I'm Goin Gregory Alan Isakov
Siesta Empresarios
Start Shootin' Little People
Los Angeles the midnight
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Alley Cat Chet Atkins

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