Biden administration is ‘considering urging vaccinated people to start wearing face masks again’ as Delta variant spreads and vaccine rollout stalls

The Biden administration is considering urging vaccinated Americans to start wearing face masks again as the highly contagious Delta variant spreads across the US and the nation’s vaccine rollout stalls, according to a report. 

Multiple sources told the Washington Post that high-level discussions are underway between top White House aides and Biden administration officials over whether the nation’s mask guidance should be updated following a spike in COVID-19 cases.  

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) relaxed its mask guidance back in May, saying fully vaccinated Americans could go without masks in almost all indoor and outdoor settings, with the exception of public transport.   

But since then, the Delta variant has spread rapidly, now accounting for 83 percent of all new infections on US soil and sending COVID-19 cases soaring 244 percent in the last three weeks.

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Officials in several states including California and Nevada have already started asking residents – including vaccinated people – to return to wearing face coverings indoors while Joe Biden on Wednesday said the CDC will soon issue guidance encouraging unvaccinated children to wear masks in schools. 

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