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12/7/2021 8:08:00 PM

NSTopinion A way out? covid19 vaccine

Current vaccines are good at preventing severe disease and there is increasing evidence that vaccinations help reduce the transmission of viruses. However, it does not appear to completely prevent someone from carrying it, being infected with it and transmitting it.

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