CDC Director Now Says ‘New Data’ Shows Breakthrough Cases In Vaccinated People Can Spread As Much Virus As Unvaccinated

CDC and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky stated the latest results show breakthrough cases can spread the virus the same way as unvaccinated people.

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The CDC has a different course now and calls for fully vaccinated people to keep wearing masks indoors in places with high transmission, among which is universal masking in schools.

“In rare occasions, some vaccinated people infected with a delta variant after vaccination may be contagious and spread the virus to others,” Walensky stated on Tuesday. “This new science is worrisome, and unfortunately, warrants an update to our recommendation.”

Also, Walensky shared the information collected last week stated that delta-infected cases could carry the same viral load as unvaccinated, infected people, reported ABC News.

After giving the recommendations, the CDC director demanded from people to get the vaccine.

“Getting vaccinated continues to prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death, even with delta. It also helps reduce the spread of the virus in our community. Vaccinated individuals continue to represent a very small amount of transmission occurring around the country,” Walensky continued.

Furthermore, the CDC shared guidance that says vaccinated students and staff can freely go to schools without masks.

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“CDC recommends localities encourage universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to schools, regardless of vaccination status,” the CDC wrote in the guidance. “Children should return to full-time in-person learning in the fall with proper prevention strategies are in place.”

Walensky added that the rule about vaccinated people wearing masks weighs heavily on her.

“This weighs heavily on me. I know at 18 months through this pandemic, not only are people tired, they’re frustrated,” Walensky said. “And I know, in the context of all that, it is not a welcomed piece of news that masking is going to be a part of people’s lives who have already been vaccinated.”

She added that even though vaccinated, people have to wear masks because of the people who refused to get the shot.

“This moment, and most importantly, the associated illness, suffering, and death could have been avoided with higher vaccination coverage in this country,” Walensky stated, adding that if more people don’t receive the vaccine, coronavirus will mutate and evade the vaccines.

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