Can two people who’ve been vaccinated hug each other?

Can two vaccinated people hug each other? According to Dr. Tara Moriarty, theoretically, the answer is yes, but we still need to be cautious as there’s still a lot to learn about how effective the vaccines are.
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Have you wondered if you’ll be able to hug your friends after you get the COVID-19 vaccine? According to Dr. Tara Moriarty, theoretically, the answer is yes. The two approved vaccines in Canada, Pfizer and Moderna, are about 95 percent effective in protecting against symptoms of the virus. However, Moriarty says we must remain cautious and that we cannot let our guard down. She says there is still a lot to learn about whether vaccines will prevent the spread. At INN24, we have investigated how effective mRNA vaccines are.

You can read all about it here: https://inn24.ca/index.php/2021/01/22/is-the-pfizer-and-biontechs-mrna-vaccine-safe-and-effective/

ORIGINAL SOURCE/MEDIA CREDIT: https://www.macleans.ca/news/can-two-people-whove-been-vaccinated-hug-each-other/

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