After receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, is it safe to see friends and family? - News Summed Up

After receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, is it safe to see friends and family?


(This jab, as well as the one from Moderna, was created using groundbreaking mRNA technology, what some have called "21st-century science.") But as the long-awaited rollout of the vaccines continues, an important question remains: Is it safe to see friends and family after receiving the jab, especially if those friends and family have not yet been vaccinated? DISNEYLAND NOW A COVID-19 VACCINE 'SUPER' SITEBoth the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses, with experts expecting to see more than 90% efficacy in preventing symptomatic coronavirus infection roughly a week following the second dose. "We don't know yet about the spread of asymptomatic infection [following vaccination]," Dr. John Whyte, the chief medical officer of the health care website WebMD, told Fox News via email. GET THE FOX NEWS APP"The week after the second dose, your risk of getting [a] symptomatic infection is very low.


Source: Fox News January 12, 2021 19:51 UTC



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