Communities and Events Following the July 27 guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), all unvaccinated individuals should wear a face covering all indoor public settings. Fully vaccinated individuals should wear a face covering in all indoor public spaces if you live in a county of high or substantial levels of transmission as defined by the CDC, until more people are vaccinated and viral transmission decreases. Everyone, including people who are fully vaccinated, should wear a face covering in all K-12 schools, child care, indoor settings with a large number of children or child-focused activities (e.g., children’s museums), public transportation, health care settings, high density congregate settings (e.g., correction and detention facilities, homeless shelters, migrant farm camps), and large crowded indoor venues (e.g., arenas, stadiums). Summary of current restrictions Face Coverings and Masks Guidance for Daily Activities and Going Out Review the following for more information about current restrictions: Guidance for Mass Gatherings Learn more from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about mass gatherings or community events. Community and Faith-Based Organizations Read the guidance for places of worship and religious services and learn more from the CDC about ways to reduce transmission of COVID-19. Interested in hosting a testing event? NCDHHS released a Partner COVID-19 Testing Toolkit designed for organizations seeking to host community testing events. The comprehensive toolkit comes in response to widespread interest among North Carolina organizations such as community-based organizations, churches and nonprofits. Read the toolkit in English and Spanish.