Covid-19: 3 factors that increase the risk of infection even after being vaccinated

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Vaccines have been shown to be highly efficient in reducing deaths, severe disease, and even mild symptoms. BBC News World

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Vaccines against covid-19 have shown great efficiency in reducing deaths, serious illness and even mild symptoms.

If you were vaccinated, chances are you will not get covid-19. Only one in 500 vaccinated is infected, according to the United Kingdom’s Covid-19 Symptom Study.

However, there are several factors that make us more prone to infection, even when vaccinated. For example, the time elapsed since inoculation, the variant of the virus with which it comes in contact and the strength of the immune system of each person.

Research and presentationion: Ain María Roura. Video editing: José María Rodero.

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