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Study finds relatively low rate of COVID-19 infection following full vaccination in North Carolina

Study: Breakthrough SARS-CoV-2 Infections after Vaccination in North Carolina. A recent study has been published on the medRxiv* preprint server that seeks to investigate the characteristics of individuals with breakthrough infections post-vaccination in North Carolina, USA. The cumulative incidence of breakthrough infection was estimated to be 5.2% (34 weeks after full vaccination). Individuals vaccinated with the mRNA1273 vaccine were at least risk of having a breakthrough infection. Prior self-reported COVID-19 infection, mask usage, or vaccination rate in the county of residence were not associated with breakthrough infections.

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