If You're Vaccinated Can You Transmit COVID-19? What We Know

If You're Vaccinated Can You Transmit COVID-19? What We Know

Share on Pinterest Rudi Suardi/Getty Images Scientists are still working to figure out how well COVID-19 vaccines prevent vaccinated people from transmitting the virus to others. But it’s based on what we know — and don’t know — about the effectiveness of the vaccines. What we know about vaccine effectiveness Clinical trials and real-world studies have shown that the COVID-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing severe COVID-19. But scientists don’t fully know yet how much the vaccines reduce transmission of the virus from a vaccinated person to others. However, the primary goal of clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccines was to show whether the vaccines prevent symptomatic infections and, in some cases, moderate or severe COVID-19.

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