As COVID-19 reigns mighty, the pandemic continues to wreak a level of havoc on the vast array of citizens here. And whether you’ve been vaccinated or not, the declaration is clear. You still need to wear a mask. Even if you’ve had Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson or Moderna injected into you, it’s not enough to survive the Delta Variant of corona virus. This certainly is a bothersome conclusion but chances are, it’ll be easier for folks in the area and it’s surrounding neighborhoods. To begin with, face coverings are needed when you’re indoors or away from your house. To continue, there needs to be a mask worn whenever you approach a relatively public area such as a business. If you’re in a private office with doors closed? Then that’s okay to wear no mask mandate guiltily.
The Mask Mandate Requires For No Activities To Be Done When Removing Face Coverings Inside
To be clear, the mask mandate doesn’t affect individuals cohorting outdoors. But if there are crowded outdoor concerts you’re attending, you probably should. This is all because of the delta variant. It gives off a certain buzz of flavor that shouldn’t be discounted at all. When there are sharp rises in hospitalization rates, the counties involved should do everything in there power to flatten the curve. Vaccines may be doing their part but health officials of the Bay Area are saying that wearing masks within public areas is good. Actually, it’s great. It would be the best result to create public spaces that are “least disruptive and most immediately impactful.” The truth is, those that are vaccinated aren’t as likely to receive COVID as those who don’t have the shots.
Masks are recommended by the Bay Area but are not required for the state of California. Though it is something we should uphold as the mask mandate weathers this very inconvenient time.