Vaccinations do not prevent infection. They prime your body to fight the infection. Same with the "natural immunity" someone gets from having a infectious disease, they can still be infected again, but, they're immune system is primed to fight it.So, I shared this over in another thread, but my fully vaccinated parents, brother and SIL started exhibiting symptoms on Sunday...congestion, fever, etc. They thought it might just be a cold, since they are fully vaccinated, but my brother called a little later to say that something was off with his sense of taste and smell. I'm not sure yet about my brother's family's results (his kids are too young to be vaccinated, but they are also symptomatic), but my parents' tests came back positive for Covid. I have to wonder if this is the impact of the Delta variant in conjunction with low vaccination numbers. I can only hope that being vaccinated means more mild cases for them.
I hope this will be finally be over by October soon as the cases aka future variants will be stopped by boosters/current vaccines aka millions of unvaccinated people got vaccinated, as listening to CDC's guidelines soon.View attachment 576073
Counties with low vaccination rates continue to bear the brunt of the highly contagious Delta variant, and some are seeing their highest case rates of the entire pandemic.www.nytimes.com
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