March 4, 2024

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While COVID-19 continues to spread in the US, the gov is slowly trying to get things back to normal.

Yesterday, the CDC said essential workers who’ve been exposed to the virus can get back to work as long as they follow precautions and don’t show symptoms. Under the update, employees have to wear a face mask at all times for 14 days after being exposed and have to practice social distancing. Also, employers need to check their workers’ temperature, monitor for symptoms, and send employees home if they’re sick.

The new guidelines come as growing evidence suggests that people with no symptoms can still spread the coronavirus. But the gov said the goal is to get the most critical workers back into the workforce in order to avoid a shortage.

As for the rest of Americans, health experts said to continue following social distancing guidelines and not return to normal activities just yet.

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