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Vaccinated Or Unvaccinated: We Should All Wear A Nose Mask

Recent reports from the NCDC show that the number of cases covered in Covid-19 is 170,000. 2,128 deaths and 165,000 recovered to normal health while more than 2,000 have been under close monitoring. In fact, the number of recovered cases since the Covid-19 outburst is 165,000.

Do You Need to Wear a Mask If You're Vaccinated Against COVID-19?

For months now Nigerian has not recorded over 190 cases per day until Sunday 19th July 2021, The Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has posted on its Facebook page 203 new cases of the virus amongst Lagos, Edo, Oyo, Rivers, FCT, and Kwara States. 

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The use of Nose masks cannot be overemphasized when it comes to fighting corona virus because it mildly prevents the carrier of the virus spreading the virus and prevents a non-carrier from contacting the virus.

Do You Need to Wear a Mask If You're Vaccinated Against COVID-19?

Other research has shown that some vaccinated persons are contracting and spreading the virus because they do not feel or develop regular symptoms; vaccination does not mean a relief for wear and cover the nose and mouth area of the body following this research.

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A total of 0.7 percent summing up to 1.4 million Nigerians has been vaccinated through the 3.94 million doses given to Nigeria (Our World in Data) and are said to be almost immune to the virus.

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Wearing and covering the nose and mouth area of the body is mandatory at this crucial moment of the delta variant outburst. Vaccinated or unvaccinated, the use of a nose mask should be a priority for every one of us.

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Although the chance of contracting COVID-19 is low once an individual has been vaccinated, it is not zero; meaning the chances of contacting corona virus is still possible, wearing a nose mask after vaccination should be a norm as vaccination is not immunity. 

The virus can still be shared independently, preventive measures and precautions are not to be discarded.

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