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Old 01-15-2021, 06:01 AM   #391  
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Originally Posted by Grumpyaviator View Post
We’re told getting vaccinated doesn’t keep you from spreading it, only from getting infected yourself, just like having the antibodies may not keep you from being a carrier. I’d say people who feel they’re at risk should take responsibility and get vaccinated and take precautions, and not fall into the trap of depending on someone else’s actions keeping them safe.
This is a incorrect statement. It’s possible to get covid after a vaccine but before full antibody production. In that case you could spread it. It’s also possible to get covid even with the vaccine and spread it but the numbers look really good. Once you have full antibody protection the likelihood of getting and spreading covid is very low to virtually nil once you reach full antibody levels.
The above perception is driven by the press saying people vaccinated can still spread it. They omit that they mean people who were exposed to covid just before or after getting the vaccine.
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