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Studies Conducted by CDC of ‘Breakthrough’ COVID Cases Among People Already Vaccinated

Ginger Eatman thought she was safe after getting her second COVID-19 vaccination in February. But she kept wearing her mask, using hand sanitizer and wiping down the carts at the grocery store anyway. A few weeks later, she noticed a scratchy throat.

“By Wednesday morning, St. Patrick’s Day, I was sick. I had congestion — a lot of congestion — and some coughing,” says Eatman, 73, of Dallas, Ga.

Her doctor thought her symptoms might be allergies. But Eatman started feeling sicker. And then she suddenly lost her sense of smell. She even tried her strong perfume. Nothing.

So Eatman got tested for the coronavirus. It came back positive.

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