“…Still, you should tailor the regulations to your own specific needs, says Dr. Purvi Parikh, MD, immunologist and a member of Physicians for Patient Protection, a nonprofit advocating for physician-led care and transparency in the health care system.

‘Some people may still wear masks if they are high risk or immunocompromised or in an area where they do not know the vaccination status of those around them,” she says. “Also, masks are still required or recommended in some settings such as public transport, hospitals, health care settings, nursing homes, prisons and schools where children may not yet be vaccinated.'”