Mask and Social Distancing Protocol for After You Get a COVID Vaccine
Tony and I were lucky enough to get the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine last Friday through our doctor in Philadelphia. We both qualified and we had been having trouble getting any vaccine because this area…the Philadelphia suburbs…this area was just not getting any of the vaccines. And we’re going to be making a huge move very soon and we also wanted to get the vaccine before the move. I’ll post more about that later.
Thankfully, we got the J&J vaccine on Friday in Philadelphia through our doctor’s office, and so far, as of Sunday evening, we haven’t had any reactions at all. With that said, we’re now learning how to live and act with the vaccine and I figured I would post about it. I’ve seen a few people on social media who seem to think there are reasons to keep from social distancing and to not wear masks. But these people, clearly, don’t know any better. This is what the CDC says.
After you’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you should keep taking precautions – like wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart from others, and avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces – in public places until we know more.
Here’s more. They go into much more detail and it’s worth reading so you know for yourselves. Don’t trust Billy or Mary or Betty Jane on Twitter because they don’t want to wear a mask. The odds are they are most likely dumb-dumbs.