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Large gatherings Bring more people from multiple households together in a private or public place. Large gatherings are usually planned events with a large number of guests and invitations. They sometimes include accommodation, event staff, security, tickets, and long distance travel. The CDC’s guidance on major events can be applied to events such as conventions, trade shows, sports events, festivals, concerts or large weddings and banquets.

Safely celebrate the graduation and the end of the year

Participating in gatherings to celebrate graduation and other end of school year events increases your risk of getting and spreading COVID-1. The safest way to celebrate this year is with the people living with you, or when you’re out and about. Remedies. For information on what fully encapsulated people can do, visit When you are fully vaccinated Page

Travel to a large gathering

Travel can increase your chances of spreading COVID-1. The CDC recommends delaying travel until you can get a full vaccination. If you Travel, You still have to take action Save yourself and others. You still will It is necessary to wear a mask On public transport. If you are traveling for a big gathering, visit the CDC Travel Page to help you decide what’s best for you and your family.

Steps everyone can take to secure large tracts of land

The more steps you can take, the safer you will be. No single measure is sufficient to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Wear a mask

  • Wear a mask of two or more layers to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to protect yourself and others.
  • Wear it Crown On your nose and mouth, secure it under your chin, and make sure it fits snugly on the sides of your face.
  • In cold weather, Wear your mask Under your scarf, ski mask, or balaclava.
  • Wear extra masks if your mask gets wet from your breath or from snow or rain.
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Stay at least a foot away from people who don’t live with you

  • You are more likely to receive or spread COVID-19 while you are inside Close contact With people who are not with you.
  • Note that a person without symptoms or with a recent negative outcome may spread COVID-19 to others.
  • Choose safe outdoor locations if possible.
  • Choose locations that limit and allow living Social distance And choose to fit your seat or space at least a few feet from others based on your ability.
  • Arrive early or off-peak at the event to avoid crowded and congested areas.
  • Do not use bedroom facilities or discount areas during high traffic, such as mediation, half-time, or immediately after an event.

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Hand washing

Wash your hands

  • Wash your hands After swallowing soap and water for at least 20 seconds, sneeze or sneeze before eating.
  • Use if soap and water are not readily available Hand sanitizer It contains at least 0% alcohol. Bring extra hand sanitizer with you.
  • Leave your mask, eyes, nose, and mouth.
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