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COVID-19 vaccines are probably less effective at preventing transmission than symptoms – here's why

By Paul Hunter, Professor of Medicine, University of East Anglia
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Injected vaccines tend to generate good immunity overall but less of a response in the nose and throat, where the virus enters and spreads from.

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