After receiving full vaccinations, Supreme Court meets in person for the first time in over a year
Justices had last met in early March 2020.
The justices of the Supreme Court met in person this week for the first time since early March 2020, having conducted phone-in hearings for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A court spokeswoman confirmed that the nine justices met face-to-face on Friday, the first time they had done so since Mar. 6 of last year.
All of the justices have been fully vaccinated against the SARS-Cov-2 virus. The face-to-face meeting is "in keeping with recently released CDC guidelines regarding indoor gatherings of fully vaccinated people," the court spokeswoman said.
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