Covid cases continue to rise even as the number of vaccinated populations increases.
The main question that arises for a vaccinated person is “Should I wear a mask after a full vaccination”?
Even with massive vaccinations, Covid-19 cases continue to rise, and we are now disgruntled with the new “Delta” strain.
The fact is that the virus is not fully understood, so people may not be ready for new mutations. And viruses, as you know, can very quickly adapt to new conditions, including “adaptation to methods of struggle.”
It is reported that the “Delta” strain is not only much more infectious than other versions of the virus but also spreads among people who, in some cases, are fully vaccinated. “
Vaccination is not a 100% guarantee of success, so wearing masks isn’t just about protecting unvaccinated people. Vaccinated people may also not be 100% protected.
The good news is that if you are vaccinated, you have much more protection than any of us before vaccination, which means that even if you do become infected, the symptoms and threat may be much weaker than they would be without the vaccine.
The vast majority of Covid-19 hospitalizations are now in unvaccinated people. This means that vaccines can still be more successful.
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