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What can you do when you are vaccinated against Covid-19? “It depends on the strategy, indicates Damien Mascret, doctor and journalist for France Télévisions, in duplex for the 20 Heures newspaper, Tuesday March 30. If you are in the zero risk strategy, (…) even vaccinated, you keep the barrier gestures “. You are indeed 100% well protected against severe forms, but only 95% against the risk of becoming infected.
The American authorities, for their part, are in a strategy of “risk reduction”. In this case, several scenarios arise. “At least two weeks after the second dose, if you see someone who is in the same situation, you can drop the barrier gestures”, explains the doctor. Same option in case of meeting with a person at low risk, but not vaccinated. Finally, if you “meet someone who is not vaccinated and who is at high risk of complications (..)”, in this case, it is advisable to respect the barrier gestures.
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