Real estate industry rejoices over CDC's easing of social distance and mask restrictions

The city’s real estate community found cause to celebrate on Thursday after the CDC issued new guidelines that those who were fully vaccinated were not required to wear masks or maintain a six-foot social distance indoors.

Until then, masks had been required within all indoor spaces, including restaurants, residential apartment buildings, offices, retail stores and museums. The CDC had also recommended a six-foot social distance to avoid infection of Covid-19. Now, the vaccinated population is excused from wearing them, except while traveling, in a healthcare setting, correctional facility or in homeless shelters. There is no social distance recommendation for working indoors.

The new rules spell good news for the industry, which has

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