Covid-19 infections possible in between vaccine doses, people encouraged to continue taking precautions

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HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Calif. (KIEM) — A small number of breakthrough cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Humboldt County, but what about infections that happen in between vaccine doses?

The CDC conducted a study last month that found both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 80% effective 14 days after the first dose, but infections can still happen. While many breakthrough cases in fully vaccinated people are asymptomatic or very mild, cases in between doses can experience more severe symptoms.

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According to Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Ian Hoffman, there have been some of these in-between cases locally, but there’s no concrete data because the public health department only tracks breakthrough cases.

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“Don’t think that if you have one dose that you’re set. You really need that fully vaccinated status to be able to follow the rules of the fully vaccinated folks and loosen your precautions that are now allowable by CDC and CDPH guidelines for fully vaccinated people,” according to Dr. Hoffman.

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The CDC says fully vaccinated people should continue to follow masking and social distancing guidelines while out in public spaces.