‘Vast majority’ of Covid-19 cluster in Cape Cod were vaccinated

An offi­cial told ABC News on Mon­day that the “vast major­i­ty” of the 132 Covid-19 cas­es were among vac­ci­nat­ed individuals.

At least 33 peo­ple in a nurs­ing home in Yarmouth on Cape Cod have test­ed pos­i­tive for SARS-Cov­‑2. Most of the res­i­dents that test­ed pos­i­tive were vac­ci­nat­ed, report­ed the Boston Globe. Health author­i­ties “work­ing close­ly with the CDC” tried to min­i­mize the out­break while local out­lets like the Cape Cod Times blamed unvac­ci­nat­ed people.

Accord­ing to the Boston Globe, “at least 35 Covid-19 cas­es in Boston res­i­dents have been traced back to Province­town” and the news­pa­per report­ed that the over­whelm­ing major­i­ty of those had been ful­ly vac­ci­nat­ed. A ful­ly vac­ci­nat­ed Boston res­i­dent who had fall­en ill while in Province­town recent­ly, told the Globe: “For two days, I was the sick­est I’ve ever been in my life.” The same res­i­dent nev­er­the­less hailed the ini­ti­a­tion of vac­cine passports.

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