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What vaccinated people should know about Covid-19 exposure, tests and more

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   Negativity   57.00%
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“What they are saying is that if you’re fully vaccinated, the chance of you becoming infected with (coronavirus) is much lower, and the chance of you being an asymptomatic carrier is also much reduced, because even if you were to be infected, you’re carrying much less virus and therefore are less able to pass it on to others,” said CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Fully vaccinated people who are exposed to Covid-19 and asymptomatic – not experiencing symptoms – can refrain from getting a coronavirus test and quarantining since their risk of infection is low, with some exceptions for specific settings, the CDC advised as of May 28. In contrast to the CDC’s guidance, Wen advises vaccinated people who spend extended periods of time around an infected, symptomatic person to get tested and quarantine for seven days before getting another test if the first test was negative. Fully vaccinated people in the US don’t need to get a coronavirus test or quarantine before or after domestic travel, unless required by the local authorities of the destination or your residence, according to the CDC. But before vaccinated people – including US citizens – board a flight from anywhere abroad to the US, they must have a negative coronavirus test result or documentation of recovery from Covid-19, the CDC has said. Vaccinated people who have experienced Covid-19 symptoms in the past 10 days, however, should get tested and isolate themselves from others for 10 days if their test is positive, the CDC has recommended.

As said here by Kristen Rogers, CNN