‘Be a smart bunny’: CDC, VDH share tips for safe Easter celebrations

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(WFXR) — With Easter just days away, both the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) are reminding communities that we still need to protect ourselves and our loved ones from the coronavirus over the holiday weekend.

According to the CDC, “The safest way to observe Easter this year is to celebrate with people you live with, with others virtually, or outside while staying 6 feet apart.”

Both the CDC and the VDH’s West Piedmont Health District offered the following health and safety tips for those who plan on celebrating the Easter holiday:

  • Enjoy a traditional Easter meal with those who live with you.
  • If possible, limit your holiday customs — such as Easter egg hunts — to your “household bunnies,” but if you plan to celebrate with others, outdoors is safer than indoors. Also, make sure to stay six feet apart and “wear a mask with your bonnet!”
  • Attend virtual religious services.
  • Prepare and deliver a meal to a neighbor.
  • “Wash your paws” frequently and thoroughly.

However, the CDC says fully vaccinated people can gather with others who are fully vaccinated without masks.

For more CDC tips on how to safely celebrate holidays amid the pandemic, click here.

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