The CDC said, but it still recommends that unvaccinated people can only eat Easter dinner and beat eggs with people in their homes or outdoors, 6 feet apart, to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
However, according to CDC regulations, appropriate precautions should be taken when visiting people who have not been vaccinated, because people who have received the vaccine are at increased risk of serious illness or death due to Covid-19.
The CDC said it is still learning how vaccines can prevent the new coronavirus, and its guidelines will be updated as health officials learn more.
Before that, some precautions should be taken. People who are fully vaccinated should take measures in public places, including wearing masks, maintaining social distancing and avoiding crowds.