New England Journal of Medicine: Unvaccinated COVID Patients Are Contagious for LESS Time Than Those Vaxed or Boosted

Natalie Winters

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that people vaccinated against COVID-19 remained contagious with the virus for a longer period of time than their unvaccinated counterparts.

The disparity in contagiousness was particularly pronounced between the unvaccinated and individuals who did not receive a booster shot.

… The study follows a host of similar reports and analyses conducted by researchers who deduced similar conclusions that undercut the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.

Natural immunity has also proven to be superior in fighting against the initial infection of COVID-19.

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