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COVID-19: why infection rates among double-vaccinated older adults look worse than they are

By Colin Angus, Research Fellow in the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group, University of Sheffield
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Recently, ITV journalist Robert Peston caught COVID, despite being double vaccinated. This set Peston wondering how common it is for the fully vaccinated to get the disease. His analysis is now complete.

The headline is fairly alarming: “Data shows infections high among double vaxxed for those aged 40 to 79.” Although, perhaps not as alarming as the Daily…

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