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Los vacunados Contagian a vacunados y no vacunados

Los vacunados pueden contagiar a los no vacunados y a los vacunados también.
Los individuos vacunados recientemente pueden propagar la enfermedad y el contacto con los inmunocomprometidos pueden ser especialmente peligrosas. La Guía del paciente del Hospital Johns Hopkins advierte a los inmunocomprometidos de “evitar el contacto con los niños que están vacunados recientemente. Algunos virus pueden mutar y recuperar su virulencia, exponiendo a serios riesgos a los vacunados y a los que están próximos a ellos.

Cepas del virus vivo de la vacuna pueden mutar y recuperar su virulencia, pudiendo causar complicaciones serias en las personas vacunadas y contagiar a otros .

La Inmunidad del Rebaño es falso Ver Más


Recently Vaccinated Shedding and Injuring Others


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