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Twitter Users React Hilariously To The CDC's New Mask Guidelines
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Twitter Users React Hilariously To The CDC's New Mask Guidelines


The announcement on Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that fully vaccinated people can safely stop wearing masks inside in most places was a shot in the arm for Americans hoping to move past the pandemic.

It was also a good excuse for Twitter users to come up with some amusing suggestions for additional guidelines the CDC should consider.

HUGE NEWS: According to new CDC guidance, vaccinated people are no longer required to keep a sourdough starter— James Poniewozik (@poniewozik) May 13, 2021

— Emily Nussbaum (@emilynussbaum) May 13, 2021

The CDC announced that fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear masks, which is appropriate given that anti-vaxxers must dress like Mortal Kombat villains.— Erik Bergstrom (@Erik_Bergstrom) May 13, 2021

— Eden Dranger (@Eden_Eats) May 13, 2021

The CDC says that if you've been vaccinated, you don't need to wear a mask, so Joe Biden can stop walking around looking like a bank robber. #WearAMask #masks #CDC pic.Twitter.com/kwY0oZibZC — MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) May 13, 2021

Tim Marcin (@TimMarcin) May 13, 2021 CDC guidance says the boys are officially back in town

The CDC says fully vaccinated people can go back. back to the beginning. back to when the earth, the sun, and the stars were all aligned. 'cause perfect didn't feel so perfect. trying to fit a square into a circle was no life. I defy... let the rain fall down and wake my dreams— gabe bergado (@gabebergado) May 13, 2021

According to the CDC, fully vaccinated people can now listen to ambient music alone in their homes, contemplating the crushing weight of existence— Light In The Attic (@lightintheattic) May 13, 2021

The CDC says fully vaccinated people can join the cast of Knives Out 2 on May 13, 2021 — Ben Wasserman (@benwassertweet)

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, retweets are considered endorsements unless you have been vaccinated — farhad manjoo (@fmanjoo) May 13, 2021

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