Dennis Romero15h ago / 2:35 AM UTCThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday emphasized that Americans should wear masks everywhere and anywhere — even indoors.The advice came in a “Summary of Guidance” that addresses how the United States can fight back against a deadly December spike in Covid-19 cases.”Face mask use is most important in indoor spaces and outdoors when physical distance of [plus or minus] 6 feet cannot be maintained,” the CDC said Friday. “Within households, face masks should be used when a member of the household is infected or has had recent potential COVID-19 exposure.”CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes said the guidance didn’t represent new advice, but he admitted its emphasis on indoor use could be novel for many Americans.”We’ve been urging universal mask use since July,” he said.The Associated Press15h ago / 2:01 AM UTCSchools turn to Covid saliva tests to keep kids in classroomsThe Associated Press16h ago / 12:59 AM UTCPuerto Rico seeks to arrest mainland tourist who refused maskSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A judge on Friday ordered the arrest of a tourist from the U.S. mainland who is accused of attacking a National Guard trooper at Puerto Rico’s airport after refusing to wear

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