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Herd immunity appears unlikely for COVID-19, but CDC says vaccinated people can ditch masks in most settings

By William Petri, Professor of Medicine, University of Virginia
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Vaccination rates for COVID-19 have been lower than desired for herd immunity, or when enough people become immune for new infections to stop. What will life look like without it?

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