"Some people may decide to wear a mask, even after being fully vaccinated for COVID-19. There are a number of reasons to keep wearing a mask, such as certain medical conditions or setting an example for kids. If you’ve decided to keep wearing a mask after being fully vaccinated for COVID-19, it’s ok. What’s important is to respect + support the different choices that people make."
"If you’re unvaccinated, or not yet fully vaccinated, you should wear a mask in public settings to avoid the spread of COVID-19. This is especially true if you are indoors, around people who are not in your household, + where social distancing is not possible. Schools, some businesses and other venues in Virginia may still require masks, even if you are vaccinated. Check before you go."
"If you are not vaccinated against COVID-19, you should assess the risk of contracting or spreading the virus before you choose an activity. You need to continue to wear a mask when in public to protect yourself + others. If you are in crowds or indoors with poor ventilation, you or your family can be at a higher risk. Choosing lower-risk situations, such as celebrations outside, may help unvaccinated people reduce risk."