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Unvaccinated people have 97% reduced risk at contracting COVID-19 as family members get immune

Added 10-11-21 03:36:02pm EST - “Swedish researchers from Ume” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Unvaccinated people benefit from family members getting jabbed”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Unvaccinated people are less likely to contract COVID-19 if members of their family have some sort of immunity against the virus, a new study suggests.

Researchers from Umeå University, in northeast Sweden, found Covid vaccines not only protect people who have received the shot, but others around them as well.

If an unvaccinated person within a five person family unit - with the other four members either having received the jab or acquired natural immunity via infection - their risk of contracting the virus was reduced by 97 percent. 

There was also a direct correlation between the share of family members vaccinated and a lowered risk of infection.

Living in a family with multiple people having immunity to the virus reduced the risk of catching the virus for non-immune people. Researchers found that four immune people within a five person family reduces risk for the other person by over 97% (bottom right). The risk of infection increases as less people in the family get jabbed

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