Not only does each vaccination mean one less person is in danger; it also means one person less likely to transmit the coronavirus to someone else.
But since the vaccines reduce the disease by about 95 percent, and, according to preliminary data, even asymptomatic infection by about two-thirds, it would be unlikely that they don’t also reduce transmission.
After a local health care clinic in New York apparently distributed some vaccines to people in the neighborhood who weren’t health care workers, Gov.
Unfortunately, and predictably, though, such restrictions quickly resulted in vaccines being thrown out when medical providers couldn’t quickly find people who fit the strict criteria.
Even in hospitals, some medical personnel haven’t been vaccinated because they’ve “been thwarted by the process” — setting up accounts, wrangling the technology.
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