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Cal Football team: 44(and counting?) positives
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You will find conflicting statements
https://publichealth.jhu.edu/2021/new-da...ndividuals
https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-ne...s-n1280583

I believe the best information is in the graphs in this paper, combined with thinking about behavior of individuals and of restrictions that are or are not observed.
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/...1.full.pdf
The virus levels in the infected person are just as high in day 1 to 4 of the illness whether they are vaccinated or not.  The virus levels then fall off in the vaccinated person.

Now, who spreads it more, that's hard to say. 
  • The vaccinated person isn't likely to have high levels over the longer run.  
  • The vaccinated person is less likely to spread it by coughing, but then is less likely to recognize they are sick and so won't isolate.  
  • The vaccinated person is less likely to wear masks or avoid crowds or to avoid shouting or singing or other ways it might spread.
As I believe happened at Cal, vaccinated people will more likely ignore symptoms or blame them on an allergy or whatever.
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RE: Cal Football team: 44(and counting?) positives - by M_T - 11-12-2021, 05:28 PM

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