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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that people who have been vaccinated should be cautious a few months later to avoid infecting others. After that, they warned that their risk of spreading the coronavirus may not be great.
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Tuesday: “People who are vaccinated will not carry this virus-they will not get sick.” That is “not only in clinical trials, but also in real-world data.”
Varensky is referring to a new CDC study that shows that people who are fully vaccinated with vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer will not spread the virus. Researchers studied how these shootings protected nearly 4,000 medical staff, first responders, and other basic workers who worked hard in eight regions of the United States from the virus and more contagious variants. After a single dose of any vaccination, the participant’s risk of infection was reduced by 80%, and this number jumped to 90% after the second vaccination. Without infection, people will not be able to spread the virus. The results are similar to those seen by scientists in clinical trials of vaccines. The latter found that the effective rate of the two doses of the vaccine was about 95%.
This study is the first time the agency has analyzed the work of vaccines among first-line adults of working age, who are most likely to be exposed to the virus and spread the virus. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said: “These findings should give hope to the millions of Americans who receive the COVID-19 vaccine every day and those who have the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated in the next few weeks. .” said in a statement. “Authorized vaccines are a key tool to help end this devastating pandemic.” The CDC has yet to issue new guidelines on vaccination practices; current guidelines are that they continue to take precautions such as cover-ups.
The CDC stated that as of March 30, more than 142 million doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines had been vaccinated in the United States. The third vaccine currently sold on the US market is a single-dose vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson. It has been proven that this vaccine can effectively prevent moderate to severe COVID-19-related diseases with an effective rate of 66%.