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You Can Still Spread, Develop COVID-19 After Getting a Vaccine: What to Know

THE DAILY REFORMER (NEW YORK, UNITED STATES)

(…) Experts say people can still spread and even develop COVID-19 after getting a vaccine. They note the immunity from the vaccine doesn’t begin to emerge until at least 12 days after inoculation. They add the vaccine doesn’t prevent coronavirus infection. It helps protect against serious illnesses. Experts advise people who get vaccinated to continue wearing a mask, washing their hands, and maintaining proper physical distancing. (…)

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