Masks are still required to be worn at all times while inside Patient First Medical Centers.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently updated its masking guidelines, recommending that vaccinated individuals wear a mask indoors in public when in an area of substantial or high transmission.
It’s important to note that, regardless of an area’s transmission status, the CDC continues to recommend, and state health departments continue to require, staff, patients and visitors to wear masks in healthcare settings, even if vaccinated.
Therefore, masks are still required to be worn at all times while inside Patient First Medical Centers.
We continue to monitor recommendations from the CDC and other healthcare and government authorities, and will continue to update our policies as appropriate.
Thank you for your understanding and for your cooperation!
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