Pennsylvania – This Mother’s Day, since many of us are now fully vaccinated for COVID-19, more people will be visiting with their mothers, grandmothers, and other maternal figures.

Experts suggest following the CDC recommendations, but if it’s been two weeks or more since someone’s final COVID-19 dose, then they’re considered fully vaccinated and can safely visit with other vaccinated folks or even low-risk individuals who aren’t vaccinated.

After a year of hardship and being apart, that in-person connection can be one of the best gifts you can give on Mother’s Day.

Listen to the interview with Donna Butts, COVID-19 Vaccine Education and Equity Project Member and executive director of Generations United.

Click Here to read the CDC suggestions for daily activities and staying safe while still resuming life.

Click Here to read the CDC suggestions specifically for what you can do if you’re fully vaccinated.