Liberty Journal

CDC Study — No Significant Difference in COVID-19 Transmission Between Vaccinated and Unvaccinated

In this investigation, we found no statistically significant difference in transmission potential between vaccinated persons and persons who were not fully vaccinated. Therefore, our findings indicate that prevention and mitigation measures should be applied without regard to vaccination status for persons in high-risk settings or those with significant exposures. In congregate settings, and correctional and detention facilities in particular, post-exposure testing and quarantine remain essential tools to limit transmission when cases are identified, in addition to other recommended prevention measures. Our data add to a growing body of evidence characterizing transmission potential from vaccinated persons. Future studies of transmission potential from vaccinated persons with infection, incorporating similar laboratory-based markers as well as evidence of transmission from secondary attack rates and network analysis, may help to further describe the contributions of vaccinated persons in chains of transmission as the pandemic evolves and new variants emerge.

https://www.scribd.com/document/543120628/Transmission-potential-of-vaccinated-and-unvaccinated-persons-infected-with-the-SARS-CoV-2-Delta-variant-in-a-federal-prison-July-August-2021#from_embed

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