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Vaccinated people could still spread virus, warns Van-Tam – The Independent

Deputy chief medical officer hits back at doctors who criticised decision to extend gap between vaccine doses

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Coronavirus vaccines may not fully prevent people from passing the virus on to others and people who have had the jab should still continue to abide by lockdown restrictions, the deputy chief medical officer for England said.
Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said that if those who have been vaccinated begin easing off because they are protected, they are potentially putting at risk those further down the priority list who still need inoculation.
His warning came as the latest Government figures showed…

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