YouTube video: Dozens in Central Florida contract COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated
This post was uploaded to YouTube on March 29, 2021 by News 6 in Orlando. There are a growing number of people being diagnosed with COVID who have been fully vaccinated. “They’re called COVID-19 breakthrough cases — people who have been fully vaccinated yet still contract the virus more than 14 days after their second shot.” Six cases in Volusia County, Florida, have been reported to date….and more in other counties.
And I could post a lot of other examples, but just posting this one here.
Everyone should still get vaccinated as soon as possible, because so far no one has gotten sick enough to die after taking the vaccine. Everyone should still wear a mask and social distance.
If after getting vaccinated you get COVID and are asymptomatic, you can still spread the disease to others. It can still leave you with long-term health complications even after you get over it even if asymptomatic.