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Subway riders mask up this month in New York City. Wearing masks in all kinds of indoor settings may be the safest way to slow the spread of the delta variant, many health experts say. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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CDC Urges Vaccinated People To Mask Up Indoors In Places With High Virus Transmission

Reversing earlier guidance, the agency is encouraging indoor masking for fully vaccinated people under certain circumstances.

Subway riders mask up this month in New York City. Wearing masks in all kinds of indoor settings may be the safest way to slow the spread of the delta variant, many health experts say. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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CDC Urges Vaccinated People To Mask Up Indoors In Places With High Virus Transmission

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Health officials in Mobile recently set up a pop-up clinic at a food truck festival. Despite officials making a big effort encouraging Alabama residents to get vaccinated, numbers remain low as COVID infections increase. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Alabama's COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Is The Lowest In The U.S. And Infections Are Up

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Trump supporters breach security and storm inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The woman in blue with her fist raised was later identified as Suzanne Ianni. Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Justice Department Is Struggling To Bring Capitol Riot Cases To Trial: Here's Why

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