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Omicron is Still a Danger if You Enter These Places

On Friday, the CDC officially changed its guidance on who should wear a face mask in public. According to its new classification system—which considers the overall caseload and how stressed local hospitals are—only people in areas of “high” transmission should mask up. But Omicron is still highly contagious, and the Infectious Disease Society of America still classifies these activities as “high risk” for catching COVID, even if face masks are worn and social distancing is observed.

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