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First, the question is pretty badly framed as there's can't be a "consensus on the rate of breakthrough infections with delta and pfizer vaccine" simply because that absolute risk depends on prevalence in a country/region. Second, as you'll see, it depends on when the vaccine was administered (relative to when the PCR test is made.) What the Israel ...


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I'll note that a more recent "room simulation" paper was published in Science (a top journal). This paper was basically based on a Fangcang Hospital simulation (200 people in a 500m2 x 10m high hall--see supplementary material) and lots of data on infectious dose estimates, mask filtration efficiency etc., but neither the authors of the paper nor ...


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It's often useful to search on a big database (like PubMed) to find articles you're interested in, then next try to figure out how to access them.


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There are several open access journals and collections that you can search. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Open Access network. The New England Journal of Medicine allows open access to certain articles. Several journals in the Lancet family are open access. The British Medical Journal has an open access counterpart, BMJ Open. Also, ...


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Apparently no reports from that German experience, but recently researchers published a working paper with the results of "A randomized-trial of community-level mask promotion in rural Bangladesh during COVID-19 shows that the intervention tripled mask usage and reduced symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections ..." https://www.poverty-action.org/...


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There is no conflict. Currently there is no evidence means there is no evidence. It doesn't mean there is evidence against, it means that there is no evidence. They don't know of a person who has caught COVID-19 through food that was not exposed in some other way. The lack of evidence is suggestive that this isn't a major route of spread, though. It may ...


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Well, I haven't found that one, but it's probably covering the same data as the preprint that impressed Fauci. Twelve days or more after the booster dose we found an 11.4-fold (95% CI: [10.0, 12.9]) decrease in the relative risk of confirmed infection, and a >10-fold decrease in the relative risk of severe illness. Under a conservative sensitivity ...


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