As said many times, the vaccine doesn't completely stop someone from catching Covid (though it does reduce the chances), it prevent severe outcomes. My mom's home does constant rapid testing. One staff member testing positive, a visitor and their family member tested positive (two different instances according to health officials). All three fully vaccinated. The difference this time, is all of them have recovered with mild symptoms. Last time two times prior to vaccines when there were cases, 9 our 15 people died at the first out break and 4 out of 7 died the second outbreak.my parents double vaccinated three months after second dose got sick with covid recently.
their unvaccinated neighbours had covid five months earlier. All recovered, no hospitalization.
Their neighbours asking the question what is the point of getting vaccinated? If you still going to get sick.
how I see it? Risk of Covid for normal people is greatly exaggerated, protection from vaccinated are greatly overrated.
Good stuff for big pharma, big profits.
This time the cases have been contained, and the home all had their 3 dose that same week. I am sure this is due to the vaccines the much better results in reduced spread and no deaths this time. Though this is anecdotal, the information is in line with the rest of the studies. The message is vaccines will reduce (not eliminate) transmission, and you most likely won't have severe outcome if you do get it.