Covid-19 contagion among vaccinated individuals is still being studied but the likelihood of post-vaccination spreading is likely to be reduced. Photo: EPA Covid-19 contagion among vaccinated individuals is still being studied but the likelihood of post-vaccination spreading is likely to be reduced. Photo: EPA
Covid-19 contagion among vaccinated individuals is still being studied but the likelihood of post-vaccination spreading is likely to be reduced. Photo: EPA

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Singapore coronavirus case shows vaccination doesn’t rule out infection. What does that mean?

  • US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention said in April that of the 2,479 vaccinated people in a study, three had confirmed coronavirus infections
  • In Japan, a hospital worker who had completed the vaccination regimen was confirmed to be infected on April 11 

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Covid-19 contagion among vaccinated individuals is still being studied but the likelihood of post-vaccination spreading is likely to be reduced. Photo: EPA Covid-19 contagion among vaccinated individuals is still being studied but the likelihood of post-vaccination spreading is likely to be reduced. Photo: EPA
Covid-19 contagion among vaccinated individuals is still being studied but the likelihood of post-vaccination spreading is likely to be reduced. Photo: EPA
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