New CDC re-masking guidelines say several Central Virginia areas should bring back masks – WWBT NBC12 News

The CDC released this map of the country, which says how your city or county is doing as far as COVID-19 transmission. If your area is orange or red, you ought to need masks inside.In the main Virginia community, as of the July 27 update, here are the following localities in the: Blue (low transmission): Yellow (moderate transmission): Albemarle CountyAugusta CountyCharlottesville CityFluvanna CountyMadison CountyStaunton CityOrange (substantial transmission): Red (high transmission): Greene CountyOrange CountyWaynesboro City”The potential for this to be a problem is much, much lower in locations with low quantities of disease,” stated CDC Director Rochelle Walensky.But the Virginia Department of Health is not making any masking decisions yet.In a declaration, the Blue Ridge Health District stated: “The Virginia Department of Health will analyze the CDCs guidance now that it has been released.”RELATED: New CDC guidelines call for masks in schools K-12The CDC likewise states all schools ought to have universal masking, which is something Albemarle County Public Schools are currently planning to do, and Charlottesvilles school board could vote to do in early August.In the meantime, there are many methods for you to get vaccinated in our community.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – It might be time for a few of us in Central Virginia to mask back up.New CDC guidance states some counties in our viewing location fulfill the limit to put those face coverings back on.That assistance comes as cases are rising essentially all over across the nation– including in the Charlottesville area.Although theres not yet an indoor mask required in Virginia, the CDC states there must be.Some counties within the BRHD get approved for indoor masking, per the CDC guideline.Charlottesville and Albemarle County are not there since today, however as you can see, the 7-day moving average is going in the incorrect direction district-wide.@NBC29 pic.twitter.com/L8eS6n0bxz— Max Marcilla (@MaxJMarcilla) July 27, 2021