Can I still get infected with the new variant after being vaccinated?
No vaccine is 100% effective, so the answer is yes. But as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine is 95% effective, only 5 in every 100 people will still get infected with the virus. Vaccines are adjusting your body to the virus, giving your immune system a big head start, and teaching it how to fight it off. But that doesn’t happen the second you take the vaccine.
An infectious disease expert at the University of Florida Health says that the average person needs 10 to 14 days after the second shot to build up a protective number of antibodies. However, the biggest risk of transmission still remains among unvaccinated people.
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