How long should we wait to be social after being vaccinated?

The Murphy administration says it’s comfortable with easing a few more COVID-19-related restrictions, allowing wedding receptions to take place at 35% of the venue’s indoor capacity or up to 150 people, the same number outside. Sleep-away camps will be able to resume this summer. But it’s still unclear what kind of social activity we should or shouldn’t be engaged in now that some residents are half or fully immunized.

Guidelines are expected as soon as Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but how long do you really have to wait before you can give a hug to grandparents or grandkids? Anchor Briana Vannozzi asks Montclair State epidemiologist Dr. Stephanie Silvera.

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