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Q&A with a health expert on navigating post-vaccine life: Are movies safe? Restaurants?
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Q&A with a health expert on navigating post-vaccine life: Are movies safe? Restaurants?

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For many Oklahomans, COVID-19 vaccines are a step toward normalcy, paving the way for long-delayed gatherings with family and friends.

The Centers for Disease Control have said fully vaccinated people can gather indoors, unmasked, with other fully vaccinated people, or with unvaccinated people from a single household, provided those people aren’t at a greater risk for severe illness from COVID-19. And the CDC also gave the green light for domestic travel without a pre- or post-travel COVID test or quarantine for those who have been fully vaccinated.

But is it safe to eat indoors at a restaurant? Go to church? What about the dentist? We asked Dr. Mary Clarke, the newly named president of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, what’s changed for her in post-vaccinated life and what hasn’t.

Clarke, a physician in Stillwater, received her Pfizer shots several months ago. Her husband has also been vaccinated, she said.

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