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COVID In Minnesota: MDH Says State Has Seen 14 ‘Vaccine Breakthrough Cases’ – CBS Minnesota

Minnesota health officials are looking out for positive cases of COVID-19 after someone has been fully vaccinated.

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota health officials are looking out for positive cases of COVID-19 after someone has been fully vaccinated.
These types of infections are called “vaccine breakthrough cases.” The Minnesota Department of Health says tracking positive cases 14 days or more after a second vaccine is important. It could help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention better understand the length of immunity from the vaccines.
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