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One in 25 people hospitalised with Covid in UK since December have had vaccine

Sage says majority were likely infected shortly before or soon after jab, before immunity had time to develop

One in 25 people hospitalised with Covid-19 since December have had at least one dose of vaccine, with the majority infected shortly before or soon after vaccination – before immunity would have had time to develop.

However, few of those who developed symptoms, did so more than 2 weeks after receiving a first dose – indicating that the vaccines do help to prevent serious disease once they’ve had time to take effect.

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Read the original article at The Guardian

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