- THE POST MILLENNIAL - Libby Emmons - DEC 15, 2021 -
"If you are fully vaccinated and become infected with the Delta variant, you can spread the virus to others," the CDC states plainly on their website.
Update: Twitter later edited their guidance to read that "False or misleading claims that people who have received the vaccine can spread or shed the vaccine (or symptoms, or immunity) to unvaccinated people" would be labeled as "misleading."
The US Centers for Disease Control have stated outright that even those who are fully vaccinated can transmit COVID-19 to others, but for Twitter, any mention of that fact is misinformation and can get you suspended or even booted from the platform.
"If you are fully vaccinated and become infected with the Delta variant, you can spread the virus to others," the CDC states plainly on their website. "People with weakened immune systems, including people who take immunosuppressive medications, may not be protected even if fully vaccinated."
The CDC found that: "Fully vaccinated people with Delta variant breakthrough infections can spread the virus to others. However, vaccinated people appear to spread the virus for a shorter time: For prior variants, lower amounts of viral genetic material were found in samples taken from fully vaccinated people who had breakthrough infections than from unvaccinated people with COVID-19. For people infected with the Delta variant, similar amounts of viral genetic material have been found among both unvaccinated and fully vaccinated people. However, like prior variants, the amount of viral genetic material may go down faster in fully vaccinated people when compared to unvaccinated people. This means fully vaccinated people will likely spread the virus for less time than unvaccinated people.
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