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A study on NBA players and staff found vaccinated people with breakthrough infections may be less likely to spread COVID-19 to others

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Mohammed, 18, receives his first Pfizer vaccine on June 6, 2021 in Stanmore, Greater London. Hollie Adams/Getty Images
The study was conducted in partnership with the NBA.
It examined nearly 20,000 viral samples from the league's occupational health program.
It found vaccinated people cleared their infections an average of two days faster.
A new study of NBA players, staff, and household members provides yet more evidence that fully vaccinated people who get a breakthrough case of COVID-19 may be less infectious than their unvaccinated peers. The data, collected when the Alpha and Delta...
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