Are vaccinated people more likely to be infected than others?

THE CHEKING PROCESS – British data show that the infection rate is higher in those who are vaccinated than in those who are not. A phenomenon that can be explained perfectly.

THE QUESTION. As the vaccination campaign expands, more and more cases are appearing of people vaccinated and nonetheless infected with Sars-CoV-2, as a professor of Sars-CoV-2 noted a few days ago on Twitter. British economy.

The latest UK Public Health Agency vaccine surveillance report now reports that vaccinated people test positive at a higher rate than unvaccinated people, for all age groups from 30- 39 years old“, Writes the one who enjoys a large audience on the social network. This is perfectly true, as the report in question proves. Among the 40-49 year olds, the proportion of infected people is even twice as high among those vaccinated than among the unvaccinated (1281 out of 100,000 people against 690) in September. But does that mean that people who are immune to the vaccine are more likely to be infected?


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