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Unvaccinated Nursing Home Worker Set Off a COVID Outbreak Among the Residents – Yahoo Entertainment

Most of the residents are vaccinated and had asymptomatic cases, a sign that the COVID-19 vaccine is effective in preventing illness, the CDC said

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A COVID-19 outbreak at a Kentucky nursing home was traced back to one unvaccinated staff member, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control, highlighting the importance of vaccinations.
In March, 26 residents at the nursing home and 20 staff members tested positive for COVID-19. The majority of residents 75 out of 83 total were already fully vaccinated against the virus, while just 52.6% staff members or 61 out of 116 had elected to get vaccinated.
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