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  2. Jul 8, 2021 · Yes, you can still get COVID after being vaccinated, but you’re unlikely to get as sick. Published: July 7, 2021 9:43pm EDT. When a COVID cluster includes people who are vaccinated against the...

  3. May 28, 2024 · If you’re vaccinated for COVID-19, you can still get infected with the virus and be contagious for four to five days and up to two weeks.

  4. Oct 4, 2023 · You should get a COVID-19 vaccine even if you already had COVID-19. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine after you recover from COVID-19 infection provides added protection against COVID-19. You may consider delaying your vaccine by 3 months.

  5. May 14, 2024 · If you recently had COVID-19, you still need to stay up to date with your vaccines, but you may consider delaying your vaccine by 3 months. Reinfection is less likely in the weeks to months after infection.

  6. Feb 7, 2024 · If a person was infected during this latest wave and hadn’t gotten the most recent COVID-19 vaccine, Talaat recommends getting vaccinated 3-4 months after recovering from the illness to maximize protection.

  7. Oct 13, 2023 · If you recently had COVID-19, you can get the updated vaccine as early as when your isolation period is over: at least 5 days after symptoms started and as late as 10 days after symptoms started, said Moss. However, the CDC says you can wait three months if you'd like.

  8. Jan 23, 2021 · Andrew Badley, M.D., COVID-19 Research Task Force Chair, Mayo Clinic: If you've already had COVID-19, should you still get vaccinated? The answer is yes. Several reasons for that. One is that the duration of immunity that you receive after having COVID-19 disease is variable.

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