Some people are vaccinated. Some people are wearing masks. Some people are doing nothing. In the next couple months, you're going to find yourself in different situations. So, I threw together this infograph. I hope it's useful so that you can make data-driven, evidence-based decisions.
Great information!! I was under the impression that if you are vaccinated your viral inoculum will be low therefor the person that you transmit the virus to will be asymptomatic or have a mild case. So I guess that theory is wrong?
This diagram is very helpful. I would like to share a hard copy with my clients, friends and family. Is there a way to get a poster size so the fine print is readable? When I saw this diagram in the preview, I paid the yearly subscription to support your work.
Why does an unvaccinated person have high risk of disease from an vaccinated person? Li thought I understood all this but now I’m confused again.
Awesome way to explain this. Can I deduct from this that possibility of transmission from Vaccinated/Mask to Unvaccinated/Mask would be Low and from Unvaccinated/mask to Vaccinated/mask would be lower? And thank you for anticipating my other question what does "increased transmissibility" mean in the real world - 7 plus minutes, does it change the 6 feet of recommended physical distancing?
From a professional graphic designer, well done.
When I read lower, it still seems risky since it isn’t zero. I’m struggling with finding a risk balance in having another vaccinated adult come inside my house for 3-4 hours to help me clean every other week. If we are both masked and the unvaccinated members of my home (children under 9) were away while she was there, is the risk to them low enough or could virus particles infect them when the reenter our home?
This graphic is exactly what I have been searching for thank you! Could two vaccinated people safely eat at a restaurant indoors or only outdoors? Or is takeout still the advised method?
This would be a wonderful tool to share with my clients, friends and family. Will you have poster size copies of this available? When I saw this graph it was the reason I paid the one year subscription to support your work.
Thank you! This is really helpful! To my qs on another thread, is the risk of unvax person to unvax child, the same as the top scenario? Or slightly less given lower risk for children? This is my big concern, given that kids can’t be vax yet and with masks restrictions lowered, we have to assume some unvax will be unmasked now right? :(
Can you share the resource for this information? I mean I don't question your knowledge, I'm just wondering if there is a CDC link with this information regarding the links?