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Double vaccinated? The four symptoms which indicate Covid despite vaccine


The vaccine rollout in Britain has been incredibly successful, and it’s now one of the leading countries in the world in terms of doses given. But while vaccines undoubtedly give you more protection against COVID-19, you could still contact and pass on the virus, with self-isolation on the cards if you test positive. Cases in the UK are continuing to rise, believed to be as a result of the Delta variant first identified in India, so even if you’re one of the lucky ones to have been vaccinated, there’s four symptoms you should be on the lookout for.

The four symptoms that indicate Covid despite vaccination

Data collected by ZOE Covid Symptom Study found that those who caught Covid despite double vaccination showed four symptoms different to the main ones.

Since the start of the pandemic, it’s been widely understood that the symptoms of Covid are:

  • A new, continuous cough
  • Temperature in excess of 38C
  • Anosmia (loss of smell and/or taste)

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“However, fewer symptoms were reported over a shorter period of time by those who had already had a jab, suggesting that they were falling less seriously ill and getting better more quickly.”

They added: “Curiously, we noticed that people who had been vaccinated and then tested positive for COVID-19 were more likely to report sneezing as a symptoms compared with those without a jab.”

The study urged anyone who may experience sneezing after getting vaccinated to get a Covid test and ensure they’re not positive with the virus.

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People who contracted coronavirus after just one dose of the vaccine reported the same four symptoms, but with the addition of a persistent cough.

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“However, fewer symptoms were reported over a shorter period of time by those who had already had a jab, suggesting that they were falling less seriously ill and getting better more quickly.”

They added: “Curiously, we noticed that people who had been vaccinated and then tested positive for COVID-19 were more likely to report sneezing as a symptoms compared with those without a jab.”

The study urged anyone who may experience sneezing after getting vaccinated to get a Covid test and ensure they’re not positive with the virus.

People who contracted coronavirus after just one dose of the vaccine reported the same four symptoms, but with the addition of a persistent cough.

Mr Javid’s announcement follows Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to plough ahead with reopening on July 19, in what is the final step of his roadmap out of lockdown.

Mr Johnson has been heavily criticised for the decision, with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer dubbing the July 19 reopening “reckless”.

Mr Starmer said suggested keeping the rules on face masks within enclosed spaces and public transport, adding that “a balanced approach or proper plan” would opt to keep some restrictions in place.

Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty warned this coming winter “may be very difficult for the NHS” as Chief Scientific Advisor Sir Patrick Vallance said the link between cases, hospital admissions and deaths had been “weakened, not broken” by the vaccine rollout.

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