Those who are vaccinated still need to take precautions. Experts advise on the social etiquette

More than 33 million people in the UK have now received a first coronavirus vaccine dose, while a quarter of adults – just over 13.2 million people – have had both doses. As more people around the world join this exclusive “fully vaccinated” club, it raises questions about whether they can ignore some of the rules on social interactions, and how they should behave around unvaccinated friends and family. Here is an experts’ guide to etiquette for the newly vaccinated.

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