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Teaching Can Vaccinated People Still Spread the Coronavirus?

Can Vaccinated People Still Spread the Coronavirus?

So you or someone you love has gotten the COVID-19 vaccine. It’s been a few weeks, and you’re now fully vaccinated. Does that mean you can make your way through the world like the old days without fear of spreading the virus? Deborah Fuller is a microbiologist at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She’s working on COVID-19 vaccines. She explains what the science shows about transmission post-vaccination. She also talks about whether new variants could change this equation.

Deborah Fuller, Professor of Microbiology, School of Medicine, University of Washington
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