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Fauci says people who get Covid between vaccine shots can get second dose soon after recovery – CNBC

People who get infected with the coronavirus between Covid-19 vaccine shots can get their second dose after they’ve recovered, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday.

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People who get infected with the coronavirus between Covid-19 vaccine shots can get their second dose after they’ve recovered from the illness and are no longer considered contagious, White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday.
Pfizer’s and Moderna’s Covid vaccines require two doses given three to four weeks apart. Both vaccines are about 95% effective against the virus, but that strong protection doesn’t kick in until two weeks after the second dose, officials say.
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