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Tue May 18, 2021, 12:45 AM

Fauci Confirms 'Extremely Low' Risk Of Transmission For Fully Vaccinated - All In - MSNBC



“The risk is extremely low of getting infected, of getting sick, or of transmitting it to anybody else, full stop,” says Dr. Fauci, explaining the new CDC mask guidance for fully vaccinated folks. Aired on 05/17/2021.


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secondwind May 18 #1
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Tue May 18, 2021, 03:29 AM

1. Yet 8 NY Yankees just got reinfected. They had J&J vaccine.



I have changed my mind about J$J. Flying out on Thursday for Pfizer shot in MIA, fly home on Sunday*. And return again on June 11th for second.

*home is Dominican Republic

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Tue May 18, 2021, 03:37 AM

2. Good choice!

I took Dr. Fauci's advice and got the first one that was available to me - which was the Moderna at CVS pharmacy. But knowing what I know now, and if I had a choice, I'd choose the Pfizer. After my second Moderna shot, I felt pretty awful later that night and the next day, chills and nausea and kinda woozy. It didn't concern me that much since I was just grateful to have finally gotten the vaccine - but I have known several people who got the Pfizer and the one and only adverse reaction I've heard was my friend who couldn't stay awake after shot #2. Good luck!

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