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I’m Vaccinated. When Should I Wear a Mask?

I’m Vaccinated. When Should I Wear a Mask?

Noah PisnerReporting on the coronavirus

So, why are Covid vaccines effective at preventing you from getting severely sick, but not as good at stopping transmission of the virus?

The vaccines are injected deep into your arm where they prompt your immune system to produce T cells and powerful antibodies known as IgG.

These antibodies and immune cells circulate through your body, recognizing infected cells. This can offer enough protection to keep you from becoming severely ill.


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