Unvaccinated People Infected With Delta Remain Contagious

Unvaccinated People Infected With Delta Remain Contagious
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The Delta variant of the novel coronavirus has been making headlines all over the place these days. 

The Delta Covid variant is ruling all the other strains across the globe these days. It’s been already revealed that the Delta variant is the most dangerous one so far, according to more expert opinions across the globe. 

The Delta Covid variant is ruling all the other strains across the globe these days. It’s been already revealed that the Delta variant is the most dangerous one so far, according to more expert opinions across the globe.

This highly transmissible Delta variant of the coronavirus which is causing the disease Covid 19 is now lingering in 124 countries, and it will soon become the dominant strain globally in the upcoming months.

Unvaccinated people infected with Delta are still contagious

It’s been just reported that the CDC is expected to reveal this week that the new data is showing the fact that people who are vaccinated against Covid 19 who become infected with the Delta variant will be able to spread this and infect others, according to The New York Times. 

This revelation is one of the reasons for which the agency reversed course this week and said fully vaccinated people should go back to wearing masks in many cases.

It’s been also revealed that these new findings are a reversal from what scientists had believed to be true about other variants of the virus, the Times said.

Source: Pixabay
Source: Pixabay

Make sure to check out the original notes in order to learn more available data about the issue. 

Earlier today, it’s been revealed that there’s an internal slide presentation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention dated Thursday, which is offering new details on how dangerous the delta variant really is.

“One chart shows that it could be as contagious as chicken pox — which is one of the more transmissible viruses out there. It spreads more easily than the common cold, the 1918 flu and small pox,” NPR.org notes. 


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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