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Vaccinated Can Be As Contagious As Unvaccinated At Peak Of COVID-19 Infection: Yearlong Study

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A new yearlong study from the United Kingdom found that people vaccinated against COVID-19 can be just as likely to spread the delta variant as those who were unvaccinated.

The study, published Thursday in The Lancet, found that the vaccinated and unvaccinated, when infected with the Delta variant, carry similar viral loads at the peak of their infections. Viral load, or how much of the virus a person is carrying at a particular time, can be viewed as an indicator of contagiousness, most experts say.

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