Much like flu, I suppose. Those of us who get flu shots know we could still catch a strain not covered by this year's shot, but we get it anyway. If that's the way it will be with COVID, so be it.my eye doctor got his shots, modera when they first came out, being a doctor, and still had a dose of it months later.. 3 to 5% of vaccinated folks still get it and possibly will need to be vaccinated again next year..
It's my understanding that the vaccine doesn't keep a person from catching or spreading the virus. It only lessens the symptoms, which for me could be a big deal.leo, if you have gotten your second, and are in theory protected, why the mask, social distancing, and so on, since you cannot catch it, you cannot spread it?
It's my understanding that the vaccine doesn't keep a person from catching or spreading the virus