Vaccination benefits outweigh the harm

IS it possible to get Covid-19 after being vaccinated? The simple answer is yes. However, evidence suggests that severity of the disease is milder and there’s lower likelihood of transmitting it to others.

Following vaccination, the risk of infection and its complications decreases, but the risk will not reduce to zero at least for the next few years. This is because the continued high global incidence makes new mutations more likely, and these mutations may reduce the vaccine’s future effectiveness.

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