Transmission: Busting one of the biggest anti-vax lies

Are vaccinated patients just as infectious as the unvaccinated?
Professor Catherine Bennett
Professor Catherine Bennett.

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.

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