Transmission: Busting one of the biggest anti-vax lies

Are vaccinated patients just as infectious as the unvaccinated?

Myths about COVID-19 vaccines span a broad spectrum of plausibility, with the far end being theories about microchips and the ability to magnetically stick a spoon to your forehead.

Professor Catherine Bennett
Professor Catherine Bennett.

But one of the more believable myths circulating is that vaccinated people are just as likely as unvaccinated people to transmit the virus.