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Mask On? Mask Off? Mask On? What Employers Need to Know About The New CDC Guidance The CDC is now recommending that everyone – including fully vaccinated individuals – wear masks in indoor public settings in all areas with  substantial and high transmission  of the COVID-19 virus and get tested following exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. The new CDC guidance also recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. In its latest  Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People , the CDC explains that while infections, even with the Delta variant, happen only in a small proportion of people who are fully vaccinated, “preliminary evidence suggest that fully vaccinated people who become infected with the Delta variant can spread the virus to others.” In a media briefing today, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky explained that the CDC made this decision based on evidence from recent investigations of outbreaks involving the Delta variant which is now the predominant variant in the U.S.  These investigations have shown that on the rare occasion that a vaccinated individual is infected with the Delta variant, that vaccinated person can have as much viral load as a non-vaccinated individual infected with the Delta variant. New CDC Recommendations For Fully Vaccinated Individuals in Non-Healthcare Settings As a result, the CDC recommends new steps for fully vaccinated people in non-healthcare settings to protect themselves from being infected with the Delta variant and potentially spreading it to others: Wear a mask in public indoor settings if they are in an “area of substantial or high transmission.” The CDC suggests that fully vaccinated people might choose to mask, regardless of transmission level, particularly if they or someone in their household is immunocompromised or at increased risk for severe disease or if someone in their household is unvaccinated. Get tested 3-5 days following a known exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, regardless of whether they have symptoms, and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days after exposure or until a negative test result. The CDC continues to recommend that vaccinated individuals isolate and get tested if they experience symptoms of COVID-19 and isolate if they test positive. Healthcare industry employers should continue to follow  CDC’s Healthcare Infection and Prevention Control Recommendations  and, where applicable, OSHA’s  COVID-19 Healthcare Emergency Temporary Standard. What Areas Have Substantial or High Transmission? The CDC’s color-coded  COVID Data Tracker  shows the level of transmission by county.  Red counties have “High” transmission and orange counties have “Substantial” transmission.  The data tracker is updated daily and is based on total new cases per 100,000 persons in the past 7 days and percentage of NAATs (a type of viral diagnostic test) that are positive during the past 7 days.  Currently, 63.45% of US counties have either substantial or high rates of community transmission. The CDC information is just guidance; it does not mandate activity.  However, it does provide recommendations for individuals and businesses to follow and OSHA and many states look to CDC for their own recommendations.  In its   guidance for non-healthcare facilities updated on June 10, 2021 , OSHA relied on CDC’s guidance for fully vaccinated individuals when it concluded that “most employers no longer need to take steps to protect their fully vaccinated workers who are not otherwise at-risk from COVID-19 exposure” and focused its guidance on protecting unvaccinated and otherwise at-risk workers.  At that time, the CDC was only recommending that non-vaccinated individuals wear face coverings and OSHA aligned its guidance with the CDC recommending that unvaccinated and otherwise at-risk workers use face coverings or surgical masks, unless their work tasks require a respirator or other PPE. Given OSHA’s reliance on CDC guidance for non-healthcare workplaces, OSHA may expect such workplaces to follow the CDC’s new mask recommendations and is likely to update its guidance to once again align with the CDC. In the last few weeks, many jurisdictions had begun to reinstitute mask requirements or extend them back to cover vaccinated individuals because of the Delta variant.  We expect with the recent CDC shift, others will likely follow CDC guidance and recommend or require universal masking in indoor public settings in counties where there is substantial or high transmission rates as shown by CDC’s tracker.  Unlike CDC and OSHA “guidance” some of the state and local recommendations are mandatory.  State and local authorities may also adopt the CDC’s view that vaccinated individuals should test following exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. Employers should continue to carefully monitor state and local guidance as well as the level of transmission in their geographic areas which is evolving rapidly. The updated CDC guidance is specifically tied to areas that have substantial and high transmission rates. Since those rates are tied to the prior 7-day period, the transmission rates will continue to change for the foreseeable future, especially after holidays when individuals naturally gather together. For some employers reinstating mask rules for all employees, regardless of community transmission rates, may be a preferred approach to minimize change, particularly if they have offices in multiple locations. While this type of administrative ease is tempting, employers should keep in mind that such a policy will be unpopular with employees in the areas of the country where vaccination rates are high and transmission rates are low—Currently 36.52% of the counties in the country have low to moderate transmission rates and according to CDC’s tracker, those rates are decreasing.  For employers choosing to tie their mask rules to the varying transmission rates, they should be careful in how they communicate any new masking rule so they do not instill fear or distraction every time masking requirements are adjusted due to changes in the local community transmission rate.

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"The tempo is up beat in this Miami heat and it's a grind every day." The payoff Sunday was tangible. The protection was improved and on a handful of occasions, Tagovailoa, Jacoby Brissett and Reid Sinnett were afforded an eternity of time against an aggressive Dolphins pass rush. The result: a good number of touchdown throws in the red zone and goal line periods of Sunday's practice. The arrival of former University of Washington Huskies running backs Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed brought new energy to the running back room in 2020. Last year, Gaskin averaged the 10th-most yards from scrimmage per game rate (97.2) among all NFL backs and Ahmed's 122-yard performance in Week 15 of 2020 snapped a 31-game streak without a 100-yard rusher for Miami. The best friends are continuing their play-making ways in training camp. Gaskin consistently catches passes and makes defenders miss, while Ahmed hit a homerun Sunday. Ahmed took an outside run for at least 60 yards and possibly an 80-yard scamper to paydirt had the play not been blown dead by officials at the 20-yard-line. (Last December, here Gaskin and Ahmed joined Travis Wingfield on the Drive Time Podcast to talk about growing up in the Pacific Northwest, playing together in the NFL, and talk a little trash about high school football). "Just confidence," Gaskin said. "Me being with him at Washington, it's kind of the same jump from his freshman year to sophomore year. It's kind of the same thing in the league, rookie year to second year you make that jump. Confident, making a lot of good cuts, asking a lot of good questions in the room. Definitely having a good input on what other guys are doing or 'hey, did you see it over here' or 'I saw it like this' or 'this is what happened in the third.'" After an impressive showing Wednesday in which he pinned three consecutive punts inside the 5-yard-line, new Dolphins punter Michael Palardy put on a clinic of another kind at Friday's walkthrough. Standing between the hashmarks at midfield, Palardy hit spiraling line-drive punt after punt to All-Pro kicker Jason Sanders, who was at the 10-yard-line just inside the white perimeter. These kicks couldn't have been thrown more accurately, consistently hitting the '7' on Sanders' jersey. "For me, it's mentally getting myself prepared to experience the elements that are around me," Palardy said. "My train of thought is if I can put the ball on a rope at a specific spot, a specific yard line, when I go out into the open field and I have this ton of space, it allows me to be a little more comfortable hitting directionally, painting the sideline if I want to, putting it outside the red line here on the fields, trying to hit the ball so that the returner can't catch it, hit it out of bounds." The glimpse into Palardy's obsessive approach was a perfect pairing with Flores and Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach Danny Crossman. "I came for a visit and I think I meshed really well with what they wanted to do and the intensity that they put on special teams," Palardy said. "There's a lot of value to that.