Health experts are unsure if someone who receives the coronavirus vaccine can still spread the virus to others.

As a result, the CDC urges people who have been vaccinated to still follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Dr. Fauci believes the U.S. should be able to vaccinate 100 million Americans in 100 days once President-elect Biden takes office.

As the COVID vaccination rollout in the U.S. continues to pick up steam, there are still a few pressing questions about the vaccine that remain unknown. Chief among them is whether or not someone who receives the vaccine can still spread the virus to others. The simple answer to this question is that it’s too early to tell.

Touching on this issue during a recent appearance on Today, Dr. Anthony Fauci explained that we need more time to conduct studies and to observe transmission rates over the next few weeks and months.

Sourse: Microsoft News

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