CDC study finds coronavirus vaccines lead to milder disease in rare breakthrough infections

Source CNN

People who have been vaccinated against coronavirus, if they do become infected, have milder Covid-19 illness than unvaccinated people, a new US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study shows.

The study, which looked at more than 3,900 essential workers, shows fully vaccinated people are more than 90% protected against infection. Even partially vaccinated people are 81% less likely to become infected than people who haven’t had been inoculated, according to the ongoing study.

“This adds to the growing body of real-world evidence of their effectiveness,” the CDC said Monday in a statement.

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