New Study Shows Unvaccinated COVID Patients are Less Infectious Than the Vaxxed

New Study Shows Unvaccinated COVID Patients are Less Infectious Than the Vaxxed


A New England Journal of Medicine study has indicated that individuals vaccinated for COVID-19 were contagious with the disease for a greater deal of time than infected individuals who were not stuck with the jab.

The research was conducted on COVID patients from July 2021 to January 2022. Participants were classified into the categories of “vaccinated,” “unvaccinated,” and “boosted.” Researchers found that those who did not receive a COVID vaccine were contagious for the shortest period of time of all three groups.

The data shows that 15 days into the study, 93.75 percent of unvaccinated people were not contagious. Those who received the booster were slightly more contagious, with 92.31 percent of them no longer being contagious after 15 days. Among individuals who were

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