CDC updates school guidance, vaccinated students can go without a mask
The guidance puts emphasis on in-class learning.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday updated its COVID-19 schools guidance, saying in-person learning is a priority in the fall and that students who are vaccinated don't have to wear a mask, according to news reports.
The agency said students can go without a mask unless they are riding on a bus or school officials decide otherwise, according to ABC News.
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