Should people who have already been fully vaccinated with one vaccine get another? Other COVID-19 questions answered.

Should people who have already been fully vaccinated with
one vaccine get another? Other COVID-19 questions answered. 1

Dr. Robert Murphy, executive director of the Institute for Global Health at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, said vaccinated people who don’t have immunodeficiency (meaning no active cancers, no organ transplants, no one on immunosuppressive therapy) “are very safe from getting symptomatic COVID-19, hospitalization and death. A relatively small number may get infected but for the most part, without symptoms. They essentially have no restrictions and no longer have to use masks except in hospitals, medical facilities, long term care residences.”

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