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  1. "Those given a first dose of either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccines - and who became infected three weeks later - were between 38% and 49% less likely to pass the virus on than unvaccinated people, PHE found." Pfizer reduces the risk of infection over 90%, and those that still get infected, have a reduced transmisibility between 60-70%, for fully vaccinated individuals.
  2. True, I just read the article again, I'm 39 with no preconditions.
  3. https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/israelis-stuck-in-seychelles-quarantine-over-false-covid-tests-1.9776376 A number of tourists who tested positive for the virus stated that follow-up tests conducted immediately afterwards showed they were not, in fact, infected. They complained that the need to quarantine in local hotels was costing them hundreds of dollars. I bet international tourists cannot wait for Thailand to reopen, to incur the same sort of risk / headaches.
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