Insiders have claimed that top Biden administration officials are in talks about whether the Centers for Disease Control should alter its face mask guidelines in light of the Delta variant. The change, should one happen, may require fully vaccinated adults to resume wearing face masks indoors, though the White House is allegedly aware that such a change could come with its own repercussions.
The Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 is spreading widely throughout the United States. Though the vaccine is readily available to the majority of people, a significant percentage of adults still aren’t vaccinated — and these same people comprise the majority of new hospitalizations and deaths involving the virus.
In light of the variant’s spread, the top officials in the Biden administration are conducting “preliminary conversations” about a possible CDC face mask guidance change involving vaccinated individuals. Specifically, the insiders claim there are talks about whether the guidance should be changed to once again require vaccinated people to wear face masks when indoors, such as at grocery stores and movie theaters.
The claim comes from CNN, which cites “multiple sources” said to have knowledge about the alleged talks. These conversations reportedly include what kind of message the White House should be giving the public regarding
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