A health worker gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: AP
A health worker gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: AP

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Coronavirus: why vaccinated people are not as contagious as the unvaccinated if they get infected

  • Some studies have found there were no differences in peak viral loads between vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals
  • However, inoculated people are less likely to get Covid-19, are less contagious, and clear the virus faster

A health worker gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: AP
A health worker gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Quezon City, Philippines. Photo: AP
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