If you have a vaccine, there is no reason at all for you to worry about masks and social distancing. If you aren’t vaccinated, then you are a free American making a choice for yourself. You assume the risk. Either way, there is no reason not to return to full normal.
The “breakthrough” infections represent 0.03% of people who have had both doses of the Moderna or Pfizer injections or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot.
That’s a higher share than the 0.008% represented by 7,157 breakthrough cases among more than 87 million fully immunized Americans reported last week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But the CDC said the national tally is an undercount, and experts say some infections are expected among those fully vaccinated because no vaccine is 100% effective.
In about half of Wisconsin’s breakthrough cases, those infected reported no symptoms, Miller said.