Pennsylvania is modifying it's face mask order for individuals who are fully vaccinated.
In accordance with the CDC's newest guidelines, Pennsylvanians who are fully vaccinated don't have to wear masks in certain indoor situations like visiting other fully vaccinated individuals. They can also visit visit unvaccinated people from a single household who are at low-risk of the virus.
Self-quarantines or COVID-19 tests after being exposed to an infected individual are no longer required if you're fully vaccinated, as long as you show no symptoms. Masking is still required in public places.