What would make you feel comfortable attending indoor business events this year?

AFTER HOURS: Dr. Day Care representatives Rebecca Compton, left, and Amy Vogel stand near their display, which includes a game wheel, during last year’s Statewide Business After Hours networking event. This year’s event will be held on March 26 at the Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston.  
 / COURTESY NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
THE CDC IS EASING indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people. Above, Dr. Day Care representatives Rebecca Compton, left, and Amy Vogel, stand near their display, which includes a game wheel, during a 2018 Statewide Business After Hours networking event.
 / COURTESY NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on May 13 said fully vaccinated people can safely stop wearing masks inside most places. Masks are still recommended in crowded indoor settings. The CDC says fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks outdoors in crowds.  The guidance changes could spur the return of popular…

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