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If you are fully vaccinated  like I am and wondering what symptoms to look out for, here's some news They are starting to get some information on this yet as with anything Covid related; More Will Be Revealed.

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Headaches, runny noses, and sore throats were commonly reported in the COVID Symptom Study, regardless of a person's vaccination status. But fully vaccinated people were more likely to report loss of smell, and unvaccinated people were more likely to report fevers. A persistent cough was also more common among unvaccinated people and those who'd received just one dose of a vaccine than among fully vaccinated people.

Shortness of breath was relatively uncommon overall, even among unvaccinated people. Part of the reason could be that young people - who are less likely to develop severe symptoms - represent a greater share of COVID-19 cases now than they did at the start of the pandemic. (A study from Imperial College London that hasn't been peer-reviewed found that coronavirus cases in the UK were 2.5 times more prevalent among people younger than 50 than among those 50 and up as of June.)

That said, COVID-19 symptoms can still run the gamut. A recent CDC analysis of an outbreak in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, found that a cough, a headache, a sore throat, muscle pain, and fever were common symptoms among people with breakthrough cases. Nearly 80% of breakthrough cases in that community were symptomatic...The 5 most common COVID-19 symptoms based on your vaccination status, in one chart (msn.com)

 

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It's spreading like wildfire.....

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Most Americans live in substantial or high Covid-19 spread areas

More than 97% of Americans live in areas with "substantial" or "high" Covid-19 transmission, according to CDC data.

The agency said late last month that even fully vaccinated people who live in those areas should wear masks indoors, to prevent further spread of the Delta variant. CDC guidance for unvaccinated people remains that they should continue masking up until they are fully vaccinated.

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If America doesn't vaccinate a large enough number of its population to help crush this outbreak, the surge could become the country's worst yet, some experts warn....

But we don't have to get there. Health officials say the key to quickly turning things around is getting more shots into arms.

"If we work together, unify as a country, vaccinate everyone who is interested and unvaccinated, and put our masks on to prevent disease, we could really control this in a matter of weeks," US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky told CNN on Thursday.....These 5 figures show how bad the US Covid-19 surge is. But experts say we can turn things around (msn.com)

 

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