No transmission difference when studied

In this study, the authors discovered no statistically significant difference in transmission potential between completely vaccinated people and those who were not fully vaccinated. As a result, the findings suggest that prevention and mitigation measures should be implemented regardless of vaccination status for those living in high-risk environments or who have large exposure to the virus.

No info on actual shedding.

Stigmatizing the normal is not warranted, says guy doing his damn job:

There is increasing evidence that vaccinated individuals continue to have a relevant role in transmission. In Massachusetts, USA, a total of 469 new COVID-19 cases were detected during various events in July, 2021, and 346 (74%) of these cases were in people who were fully or partly vaccinated, 274 (79%) of whom were symptomatic.


In Münster, Germany, new cases of COVID-19 occurred in at least 85 (22%) of 380 people who were fully vaccinated or who had recovered from COVID-19 and who attended a nightclub.5 People who are vaccinated have a lower risk of severe disease but are still a relevant part of the pandemic. It is therefore wrong and dangerous to speak of a pandemic of the unvaccinated…

One response to “No transmission difference when studied

  1. Look, chico, refusing to be vaxxed means little profit for hungry nazi politicians. Don’t expect a lot of whites to go against their owners. The UK suffered more than most, ever since Labour adopted Hitler’s insanity. Blacks and Jews are telling the dnc NO in record numbers. Y’all got to get whites on the ball and not cringe before their ass-ended masters, liberals. Give libs hell for their bigotry against YOU. We are. But, why do we have to defend you? Why aren’t you marching with us to stop the nazis?

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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