WATCH — Do I need to wear a mask around someone who’s had the COVID-19 vaccine?
Masks still recommended
Canadians are pulling up their sleeves and getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Although kids haven’t been approved to get the shot yet, more and more people are soon to be protected from the virus.
Elderly people and front-line health-care workers are the first ones to get vaccinated in most places in Canada.
So, if your grandparents have already been vaccinated, you may be wondering if you can visit them without wearing a mask.
For now, you still need to wear a mask.
Watch this video to understand why:
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TOP IMAGE CREDIT: Philip Street/CBC
CLARIFICATION: The headlines for this story were adjusted on Jan. 14 in order to be more clear.