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With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

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Experts say current vaccines are still doing their most important job - dramatically reducing people's risk of severe illness and death. But they are no longer hopeful vaccines will stop the virus in its tracks, now that it's clear vaccinated people can develop mild disease and transmit illness to others. Despite mild outcomes, high caseloads have the potential to strain public health systems and put the vulnerable at risk.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

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With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

Experts say they are no longer hopeful vaccines will stop the virus in its tracks, now that it's clear vaccinated people can develop mild disease and transmit illness to others.

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With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

Experts say they are no longer hopeful vaccines will stop the virus in its tracks, now that it's clear vaccinated people can develop mild disease and transmit illness to others.

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abc 7 Chicago

With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

Experts say they are no longer hopeful vaccines will stop the virus in its tracks, now that it's clear vaccinated people can develop mild disease and transmit illness to others.

2 months ago·Chicago, United States
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With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

Experts say they are no longer hopeful vaccines will stop the virus in its tracks, now that it's clear vaccinated people can develop mild disease and transmit illness to others.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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With breakthrough COVID cases commonplace, experts set expectations about 'vaccine efficacy'

Experts say they are no longer hopeful vaccines will stop the virus in its tracks, now that it's clear vaccinated people can develop mild disease and transmit illness to others.

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