Study Finds Vaccinated People With Breakthrough Coronavirus Infections Less Likely to Infect Others



New research about breakthrough coronavirus infections finds they may be less likely to spread to others because vaccinated people don't shed the virus for as long as the unvaccinated. The study, which involved NBA players, their families and staff, found that people with breakthrough COVID-19 cases stopped producing the virus two days sooner than the unvaccinated. The vaccinated people who got COVID-19 cleared the virus from their systems on average in 5½ days. The unvaccinated took 7½ days. That's another reason to get vaccinated. If you still have not gotten vaccinated, then get vaccinated now!


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