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Choosing Safer Activities
Updated Apr. 27, 2021


What You Need to Know


If you are fully vaccinated, you can start doing many things that you had
stopped doing because of the pandemic.


When choosing safer activities, consider how COVID-19 is spreading in
your community, the number of people participating in the activity, and
the location of the activity.


Outdoor visits and activities are safer than indoor activities, and fully
vaccinated people can participate in some indoor events safely, without
much risk.


If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, nd a vaccine.

Outdoor Activities

Your Activity

Walk, run, or bike outdoors with
members of your household

Attend a small, outdoor gathering with
fully vaccinated family and friends

Fully Vaccinated People

Unvaccinated People

fully vaccinated family and friends

Attend a small, outdoor gathering with
fully vaccinated and unvaccinated

Dine at an outdoor restaurant with
friends from multiple households

Attend a crowded, outdoor event, like a
live performance, parade, or sports

Indoor Activities

Your Activity

Visit a barber or hair salon

Go to an uncrowded, indoor shopping
center or museum

Ride public transport with limited

Attend a small, indoor gathering of
fully vaccinated and unvaccinated
people from multiple households

Fully Vaccinated People

Unvaccinated People

Go to an indoor movie theater

Attend a full-capacity worship service

Sing in an indoor chorus

Eat at an indoor restaurant or bar

Participate in an indoor, high intensity
exercise class

Key to Prevention Steps
Prevention measures not needed

Take prevention measures


Fully Vaccinated People: Wear a mask.
Unvaccinated People: Wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart, and wash your hands.


Safety levels assume the recommended prevention measures are followed, both by the individual and the venue (if


CDC cannot provide the speci c risk level for every activity in every community. It is important to consider your own
personal situation and the risk to you, your family, and your community before venturing out.

More Information
When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated
Getting Your Vaccination
Find a Vaccine

Last Updated Apr. 27, 2021